[horde] Horde 4.0-BETA1

Ralf Lang lang at b1-systems.de
Tue Mar 22 13:11:09 UTC 2011

> So, to answer my question, H4 comes with this applications:
> Imp, Ingo, Kronolith, Mnemo, and Turba.
> What I miss the most is Nag (tasklists).

Seems like your list is missing something:

> >> Wouldn't it be a good idea to give all those applications a 4.0.x
> >> version number?  And a 4.y.x version number when they need horde 4.y or
> >> newer?
> > 
> > There already was imp 4.3. The first Horde 4 IMP would be Imp 5.
> You are right.
> > What's the
> > point of application's version numbers when they're just an echo of the
> > framework version they came with?
> I did not mean an echo, but a way to see what framework it needs.
> I see there is now "H4" in the name, what's useable too, but the "4"
> could also be a part of the version number.

The default release will be pear, so it will probably pull the right framework 
version by itself. (I'm also working on suse rpm distribution package and I am 
sure somebody will do debian, but the release notes only talk about pear)


Ralf Lang
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