rwatson at FreeBSD.org
Sat May 6 10:18:58 UTC 2006
On Sat, 6 May 2006, Gergely CZUCZY wrote:
> On Sat, May 06, 2006 at 11:12:41AM +0100, Robert Watson wrote:
>> I think it would be premature to assume that they are finalized, but you
>> can find the current draft in the source tree in src/release/doc. In
>> general, we don't hook up release notes to the web site until the release
>> is actually ready to go, as this avoids confusion about whether the release
>> has been made yet (which it hasn't as of this time).
> i see, thanks. there is some XML(or similar) file. should i have to build
> the whole world to get a human-readable form, or is there some other, less
> painful way for it?
The release notes are built automatically as part of the global release build
process. You can also build them directly by changing to the src/release/doc
directory and doing a "make". You'll need to have the docproj packages/ports
installed in order to build them.
Just to keep waving the flag: the release is not yet finalized or out, so
things may yet change. The current contents should be considered a working
draft, not the final version, until it's actually out the door and announced.
We've had to delay releases at this point in the cycle before due to last
minute discoveries or issues, and while I hope it doesn't happen this time
around, we can't rule it out!
Robert N M Watson
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