[Bro-Dev] Dot release?
bernhard at ICSI.Berkeley.EDU
Thu Jan 30 10:17:16 PST 2014
I already told Robin - but just for the record, I think it is a good idea/plan.
On Jan 30, 2014, at 8:57 AM, Slagell, Adam J <slagell at illinois.edu> wrote:
> I like that plan. I think there are some minor Maverick's issues too that Daniel found. So we might want to get those in there as well.
> On Jan 30, 2014, at 10:50 AM, Robin Sommer <robin at icir.org> wrote:
>> making a 2.2.1 release has been coming up a few times and I'm thinking
>> we should just snapshot current master for that. We've been fixing
>> quite a number of things since 2.2, yet there aren't any larger new
>> features yet (GRE tunnel decapsulation being the only one I can think
>> of right now).
>> I'd wait for two more things though:
>> - Merging, and some testing, of Jon's recent file analysis
>> framework API changes that make the file handle management more
>> - Figuring out the exec and/or sumstats problems (it looks certain
>> at this point that exec isn't cleaning up fully; and sumstats may
>> have a larger than expected CPU impact, but that's not clear yet I
>> Once 2.2.1 is out, I'd then next work on merging my dynamic plugin
>> code, which is mostly ready but needs cleanup, review, documentation,
>> How does that sound? If good, now would also be the time to finalize
>> any other minor fixes that people might want to see in 2.2.1.
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