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daemon@ATHENA.MIT.EDU (Thu May 26 01:49:04 1994 )

From: deforest@netcom.com (Robert de Forest)
To: coldstuff@MIT.EDU
Date: Wed, 25 May 1994 22:43:01 -0700 (PDT)

I thought I made this clear in my post mentioning 11.* before, but I guess not.

11.x is not 'released'. I am now aware of three moderately serious bugs, two
 related to cacheing, one is a problem with the use of sublist() and list

In other words, you don't want it. It's not much better than 10, other than
 nice code changes that only a server hacker would notice. I mentioned the 
 changes to the language just so people would be informed.

As far as I know, 11.x will never be released. The next version, whatever its
 number, will be (untill further notice) written in C++, but otherwise
 identical to 11.x as far as the user is concerned. When it comes out, you will
 want to make the changes I described in order to upgrade.

This is months down the line, so feel free to work with 10.3 until then.

Crag, unofficial press agent.