Due to personal circumstances, day job, and poor personal time
management, I've badly missed the deadline for the last major status
report (originally scheduled for February 15) before the 21.4 release.
Since I won't get it finished for a day or so yet, this entails a
delay in the release.
My apologies for the delay.
The new release target is March 15, 2001.
As far as I know, there are no development problems warranting a
delay. In the last couple of days, Martin Buchholz provided two
patches and Matt Tucker a third that took care of the three
showstoppers I know of offhand. However, my knowledge at the moment
is not as complete and accurate as it should be. (Management holding
up the developers ... sound familiar?) I need to put out a status
report, and get the developers' responses, with some lead time before
Bill Perry is still committing stuff to the separate GTK branch.
Pending a status report from him on the merge and my investigation of
the build reports, I still hope to propose merging that code back to
the release branch. So it is important to continue building
--with-gtk=no and submit build reports on all platforms (not just
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