Given that the release notes/caveats for 12.0.12S haven't show up
yet, you'd have to wonder whether even Cicso's figured out whether
this is a stillborn release or no.
My take is that 12.0.12S is an exercise in burned fingers, at least
12.0.11S3 gets you thru the first night...
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> Has anyone on this list had luck (good or bad) with 12.0(12)S? I
> know about the dCEF bug, what else is broke in it?
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