7.0.0 dp 5
warren at warrensweb.us
Mon May 26 00:05:33 EDT 2014
On 05/25/2014 10:20 PM, Mark Wieder wrote:
> Sunday, May 25, 2014, 12:31:34 PM, you wrote:
>> With so many parallel versions and more than one place to track
>> announcements, it's hard to be sure exactly what is current.
> Ah, ok... maybe I missed something here. You're saying there was a
> version that was released but wasn't announced on this list? That's a
> bit disconcerting - which version was that?
>> The fact that there is a public link on the LiveCode site to
>> downloads of versions which haven't been announced but are available
>> - fully vetted or not - makes it silly to worry someone about
>> downloading them.
> I'm not particularly worried about that. I just think it's silly to
> download an unreleased version and then complain about it.
>> People who might have no idea about these lists and any official
>> release announcements are being directed to these builds by RunRev.
> My confusion again, sorry. So RunRev is directing people to download
> these versions? I missed that announcement. Maybe I should slog my way
> through the Kevin thing after all.
There was recently a version announced on one list which I did not see
announced on the other. It struck me as odd. I don't remember which and
I'm sorry but I don't feel inspired to wade through the lists to figure
it out. I wouldn't suggest it was anything more than an accidental
Again, it doesn't matter if it's been announced. If it's placed in a
publicly available download location, alongside other releases, it is
"released". These are accessed from a plainly available link on the
LiveCode .com website. The link is labeled "View All LiveCode
Downloads". These unannounced versions have release dates and release
notes. There is nothing to indicate these are merely "almost releases"
and "not to be downloaded until some future date".
The staging process is missing a step and it's not the fault of the
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