[flac-dev] Lets do a 1.3.2 release
mauritsvb at xs4all.nl
Fri Jan 8 04:04:46 PST 2016
For the checklist, can I suggest you also make sure all resulting FLAC files are encoded with the new date in their encoder string?
As for the changelog, I have kept track of those changes that might be more interesting for end-users and developers using the format (so no build-system improvements for instance). Now, I’d be the first to admit that I haven’t always been paying attention so you are probably better positioned to decide what I’ve missed and what shouldn’t make the cut. These were on my list that I believe you haven’t covered yet:
Changed the LPC order guess for a slight compression improvement, particularly for classical music
Improved encoding speed on older Intel CPUs
libFLAC: Support 64bit brword/bwword allowing FLAC__BYTES_PER_WORD to be set to 8. This is disabled by
libFLAC: Fix potential memory leaks
Fixed a segmentation fault in libFLAC
Put an upper bound on the number of seek points
> On 8 Jan 2016, at 10:56, Erik de Castro Lopo <mle+la at mega-nerd.com> wrote:
> HI all,
> I think its time for a new release. The current code base is stable
> and I've been building it for x86_64/linux, powerpc/linux, armhf/linux,
> x86_64/darwin in a Jenkins build bot. I'm pretty sure others have been
> building regularly on their platforms of interest.
> I made a first pass on an update to the changelog.html. I' also putting
> toether a release checklist that I will add to the git repo at some
> stage. Fo far that checklst contains:
> * Update release notes.
> * Make sure all files have current release year on copyright notice.
> * Git tag the release commit.
> * Upload the source tarball and flac-x.y.x-win.zip (32 and 64 bit) to:
> * Upload Windows Zip to sourceforge.net.
> I'm currently reading through the emails from the 1.3.1 release to see
> what else needs to be done.
> So, please test and remind me of anything I may have forgotten.
> Erik de Castro Lopo
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