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Now that Steve has 0.0.9 out, here's a list of the things I'd like us to work on specifically for 0.0.10. (This is separate from the bigger todo list, which is in progress)

*) Proper building on extended integer and float machines (long doubles and such)
*) Less reliance on the current perl install for larger floats and ints
*) A big pruning of the warnings we currently get on some platforms
*) More tests!
*) Getting the PDDs better sync'd up with reality, and vice versa
*) PMC/String introspection support enhanced
*) Get ICU building and (hopefully) integrated

If I manage to get either exceptions or objects defined, the release that has them will be 0.1.0. (When the other of the two is done we'll jump to 0.2.0)

-- Dan --------------------------------------"it's like this"---------------- +--- Dan Sugalski even samurai have teddy bears and even teddy bears get drunk

In reply to Re: Re: Parrot 0.0.9 released by Anonymous Monk
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