GNOME Bugzilla – Bug 656688
Wrong version in info panel, help files partially untranslated
Last modified: 2011-08-18 10:42:06 UTC
Just compiled and installed Frogr 0.6 (see https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=708765#c67). All works fine so far, but the info panel still shows the version number "0.6~unreleased". Moreover, the help files don't reflect my latest changes in Git (before releasing 0.6, actually). Would be nice to fix it and roll a 0.6.1 bugfix release.
Might sound a silly question but... where are you getting the code from? Both the tarball and the git commit tagged as RELEASE_0.6 do not show that "~unreleased" suffix in the about dialog. Actually that is one of the few changes I always do with the "release commit" whenever a new version is out.
e.g, see the commit for release 0.6:
Also, I have reviewed the three tarballs (xz, bzip2 and gz) and they seem to be ok as well.
About the help files, I also don't understand what's happening... I see this is your last commit in frogr before the release:
... and if I check the tarball I see the changes in there as well
Maybe you're checking out the last commit from master? Or perhaps I'm doing something wrong, in which case I'm ok with releasing a new version asap (this Friday, if possible)
Sorry for the blurb... The bug was in my own system. I've installed a pre-version of Frogr 0.6 in /usr/local, and the shell had preferred that binary to the binary from the final 0.6 rpm. After removing the appropriate files, all is OK again.
Good to see you sorted it out! :)