New Winter ’13 Point Release – Race Condition & Error Handling

April 11, 2013 CollabNet VersionOne

You say Tomato, I say Solanum Lycopersicum.

You say Potato, I say Solanum Tuberosum.

Before we hastily decide to call the whole thing off, how about a new point release to sort things out?

If nothing else, George and Ira Gershwin’s hit song for the 1937 Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers film “Shall We Dance” teaches us that words mean things.  And while “Found in Version” and “Version Affected” don’t have the same lyrical quality of Gershwin’s tune, they are in fact the same thing.

So, in an effort to save you all from the heated debates that will surely arise from such an inconsistency, we’re happy to announce that today’s point release sets things right.  Additionally, we’ve included a fix that addresses a previously unhandled race condition and we’ve improved the error handling during setup.

Check out the latest release notes for more information.

 

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