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0.8.5?

Kurt Cagle-2
Aaron,

Do you have a change do available for 0.8.5 yet?

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Re: 0.8.5?

Kurt Cagle-2
Let's try that again - do you have a change DOC available? (too little
sleep)

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> Aaron,
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> Do you have a change do available for 0.8.5 yet?
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> Kurt Cagle
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Re: 0.8.5?

Aaron Reed
Hey Kurt,

Not too much in it this time.  It surprised me that 2.0.0.13 came out so
quick.  But a few nice things are in there.

0.8.5 contains patches for these:
1) days-from-date of leap year fails. Bug 411188
2) implemented local-date() and local-dateTime() from xforms 1.1.  now()
will also comply to xforms 1.1. Bug 411984
3) implemented context information for xforms events, implemented
context(). Bug 280423

0.8.6 will have more xpath functionality.

--Aaron

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> Let's try that again - do you have a change DOC available? (too little
> sleep)
>
> On Apr 2, 12:54 pm, "[hidden email]" <[hidden email]>
> wrote:
>> Aaron,
>>
>> Do you have a change do available for 0.8.5 yet?
>>
>> Kurt Cagle
>> Managing Editor, xml.com
>> [hidden email]
>
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RE: 0.8.5?

Klotz, Leigh
This is a general FF/Add-Ons question, probably not specific to XForms,
but it's triggered by this update (for which I am grateful, of course).

When FF restarted with 2.0.0.13, the Add Ons menu shows there is an
XForms update available but it doesn't install it automatically on
restart.

I checked for some preferences settings that might control this and
found under Advanced/Update, "Automatically check for updates to:
Installed Add-ons" was checked, and "When updates to Firefox are found"
was set to "Automatically download and install the update."  

Am I wrong in thinking that FF ought to update XForms when it updates
itself?  Is there something I've overlooked?

Leigh.

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Hey Kurt,

Not too much in it this time.  It surprised me that 2.0.0.13 came out so

quick.  But a few nice things are in there.

0.8.5 contains patches for these:
1) days-from-date of leap year fails. Bug 411188
2) implemented local-date() and local-dateTime() from xforms 1.1.  now()

will also comply to xforms 1.1. Bug 411984
3) implemented context information for xforms events, implemented
context(). Bug 280423

0.8.6 will have more xpath functionality.

--Aaron

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> Let's try that again - do you have a change DOC available? (too little
> sleep)
>
> On Apr 2, 12:54 pm, "[hidden email]" <[hidden email]>
> wrote:
>> Aaron,
>>
>> Do you have a change do available for 0.8.5 yet?
>>
>> Kurt Cagle
>> Managing Editor, xml.com
>> [hidden email]
>
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Re: 0.8.5?

Alister Pillow-3
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Hi Aaron,
This 0.8.5 update has caused me a problem with dates. Both local-
dateTime() and now() return garbage characters between the time and
the time-zone.
now():  2008-04-07T22:00:56
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Re: 0.8.5?

Alister Pillow-3
... and as I suspected, I can't post those characters (my previous
message was cut short).

I will try to send a jpg directly to you.

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> Hi Aaron,
> This 0.8.5 update has caused me a problem with dates. Both local-
> dateTime() and now() return garbage characters between the time and
> the time-zone.
> now():  2008-04-07T22:00:56

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Re: 0.8.5?

Aaron Reed
Hi,

We verified that this is a bug on 1.8 branch with Macs.  It looks like I
was using AssignLiteral incorrectly, even though it works fine on the
trunk.  I opened https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=427874 for
the problem and have attached a patch.

Thanks for reporting the problem,
--Aaron

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> ... and as I suspected, I can't post those characters (my previous
> message was cut short).
>
> I will try to send a jpg directly to you.
>
> On Apr 8, 7:14 am, [hidden email] wrote:
>> Hi Aaron,
>> This 0.8.5 update has caused me a problem with dates. Both local-
>> dateTime() and now() return garbage characters between the time and
>> the time-zone.
>> now():  2008-04-07T22:00:56
>
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