Re: Stable, long term support releases for gtk+

On 3 January 2013 15:14, Jeremy Bicha <jbicha ubuntu com> wrote:
> This time, Debian & Ubuntu
> went with 3.4 but Red Hat intends to use 3.6. I don't think either 3.4
> nor 3.6 were very ideal as I believe both release cycles tended
> towards aggressive refactoring instead of stability and polishing what
> was already there.

I'll point out that Wayland support landed in 3.6, so it's entirely
possible that Yocto will be shipping that instead of 3.4 as having
GTK+ on Wayland wins over LTS.


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