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Re: Subversion reliability on windows: enough developers attention?

From: Erik Huelsmann <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2005-04-13 17:21:24 CEST

> Erik Huelsmann wrote:
> > 4) You need to publish nightly binaries for me as I'm an early adopter
> and I
> > can't build myself
> >
> > The project developers have decided explicitly against publishing
> nightly
> > binaries: We don't want you to use trunk (=development) versions in your
> > production environment. If you do, you must know what you're doing.
> > Requiring you to build your own binaries in such cases, you must know
> what
> > you're doing given the process' complexity :-)
> A release candidate is not the same thing as a nightly. I think most
> people can live without binary nightlies. From what I saw, the original
> thread was mainly about the release candidate.

Ofcourse. If you were to compare a release canditate to anything else it
should be a true release. In which case it should be noted that it has
taken time (regularly a week) for other releases before windows binaries
were available.

> Thanks for the clarification.




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