That's what I call it when you finish your project at work 2 hours before you're meant to leave. Fortunately, at the end it seemed stable, though not quite as fast as I'd like.
So - I did it. I won. I didn't think I would, and I almost didn't, but I'm getting fast enough at debugging crashes, deadlocks and other nasty bugbears in Wine that I wasn't thrown when at the last minute I raised the fd limit and found it crashed in yet another way :)
Hopefully I'll be able to do a patch dump next week, so others can benefit from my work even if I don't get a chance to merge it in properly.
Tonight I have to pack - I leave for home tomorrow. I've been putting it off for a while, and now it's 7pm and I've still not started. As you can tell, I'm still putting it off.
Funny how work and play interlocked towards the end. I tried out apbuild today, which is a program that lets you compile the source in such a way that it will run on older glibcs. It's still rather untested, but can do Xlib and Wine (with a bit of encouragement, Wine is hard due to the games it plays with pthreads).
Of course, just after I imported it to CVS (very raw), Hongli discovers an obscure option to ld intended for platforms like BeOS that would let us get around the problems with using the LSB stub libs! ARGH! Well I need to evaluate them to see which is best, now.
We have GUIs for autopackage! Very pretty they are too, one of the nicer installer UIs I've seen for a while. Hongli (foobarwidget) is a really great coder :) There are screenshots in my home directory if you're interested, but I can't be bothered linking right now, as it's all changing so fast. I reckon people will be impressed when we do the next release though.