|Subject:||Re: Red dev preview announced|
|From:||Eric Arseneau (Eric...@sun.com)|
|Date:||Oct 23, 2008 7:38:02 am|
On Oct 23, 2008, at 7:35 AM, David G. Simmons wrote:
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On Oct 23, 2008, at 10:21 AM, Eric Arseneau wrote:
We can do that, but I dont think there is a need for that kind of thing. These are developer builds, there may or not be issues with them. Also, there was no real show stopper bug on this that would warrant this right ?
In addition, the directory structure of the archive/ directory, and indeed most of the SDK-* directories, is important. Moving things to randomly-named directories in that structure causes unsatisfactory results and should be avoided.
For those that are interested, I can post a 'tutorial' on mucking about in those directories, but understand that the SPOTManager depends on certain things, in certain places, with certain names. It's important to not confuse it with other things.
Not that I think just anyone should muck around with that content, considering it is production stuff. But documenting what goes where would seam to be a good thing to do overall, such that when there is a need, the information is available.
On Oct 22, 2008, at 6:10 PM, Ron Goldman wrote:
fyi - just posted an announcement on the Forums that the dev preview with the new I2C code is now available.
-- Ron --
p.s. To David/Eric - I deleted red-081015 from the SDK-dev archive directory & removed it from the list of SDKs there. Hopefully I didn't break anything in doing so. (Actually Charlie copied red-081015 to a new OFF directory, so please delete it at your convenience.)
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