SheerPower 4GL -- Beyond BASIC V3.4

SheerPower 4GL -- Beyond BASIC V3.4

Post by Christi » Fri, 08 Aug 2003 09:37:07

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1. v3.2 => v3.2c bugfix list?

Does anyone have a pointer to a list of which patches have been
folded into v3.2c?  I'm particularly curious about OSF320-094,
and about OSF320-072/OSF320-099.  The v3.2c release notes don't
seem to have anything that resembles a complete list (at least
not the hardcopy; I haven't checked the CDs yet), and the info
one can get from is essentially useless
(the information in /patches/Readmes/osf hasn't been updated
since July 4, so it's not even clear that those "Readme" files
contain anything resembling a complete list of patches anyway;
in fact, OSF320-072 and OSF320-099 aren't described in any of
the files one finds there).

Any we'll leave for another time our overwhelming disappointment
about the fact that Digital *still* doesn't have the patches up
for WWW access, as they promised (last spring) they would have,
starting July 1.  Ha!  (Grumble.)

Anyway, if there's a "the following OSF320-xxx patches have been
incorporated into v3.2c" list anywhere that I can grab a copy,
I'd love to hear.  Many thanks in advance ...

Mark Bartelt                                         416/978-5619

"Nur eine Waffel taugt!"    --    Parsifal, in an Eggo commercial

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