On Tue, 1 Mar 2005, Carey Evans wrote:

So is it decided then? Can I start removing glib references in cvs HEAD?

It'd be nice to hear a yea or nay from someone else.

Is Mike or Jason still following this list? AFAIK the current views of those people who work on tn5250 are:

Mike:  no word
Jason: no word
Carey: yea
Scott: either, but it sounds like yea
James: yea
Marc:  yea

Since at this point the entirety of the changes seems to be changing g_free() to free and g_malloc() to malloc() changing it back shouldn't be hard should the need arise.

I don't know how to branch cvs. If we are decided can someone make a branch that matches current cvs and then I'll start making the changes to cvs HEAD?

Done. I actually created the branch as of the start of this year, pre-dating the other changes you've checked in, to make a clean break. The branch is named b0-17, and the branch point tag is root-b0-17.

Ok, so maybe I can remove the python stuff? Not that I'm anxious to axe it or that it is causing problems, but if we change the "roadmap" then I think it is just a distraction.

James Rich

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