3.1.x release...

Matthew Newton mcn4 at leicester.ac.uk
Thu Oct 27 16:24:58 CEST 2016

On Thu, Oct 27, 2016 at 02:01:00PM +0000, Stefan Paetow wrote:
> >>At this point, if you need the features in v3.1., just use the v3.1.x
> >>branch.  It's stable, and used by many people in production.
> There are still regular checkins... This bugs our dev :-)

Sounds like your problem then :)

> So if we were to choose a specific Github commit, we should be ok. The
> blessed release also gives someone paranoid enough about this reassurance
> that that release is stable enough to go with it.

TBH, I do that with 3.0.x as well anyway.

No software is perfect. "Releases" are just a thing to make people
who don't understand think they're getting something more stable.
There are still bugs.

I'd just pick a commit and run with it, then you can cherry-pick
any future bugfixes if you need them.

I *think* there's still an issue with EAP-TLS on Windows with 3.1?
Haven't had time to look at it for a while. Stability is still to
be found in 3.0. :)


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