"Latest" development version is obsolete?

Asked by Timothy Cooper on 2017-03-20

I'm a very experienced Windows user and I do a little hobby-level coding. I was going to check out the latest Development build for Windows and offer any relevant feedback that I could (I read somewhere that you're light in the Windows testing department).

The latest Windows stable build is 2.4.5, and the latest development build is 2.3.3 (https://openlp.io/downloads.html) - is that correct? I thought the latest development build would be newer than the latest stable. o_O

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Best Raoul Snyman (raoul-snyman) said : #1

Hi Timothy,

It is obsolete, you're right. Most of our energy has been focused on developing OpenLP, as opposed to setting up the nightly builds.

We've got a potential way to build nightlies for Windows automatically, we just need to set it up. I'll look into this for you.

Timothy Cooper (timothycooper) said : #2

Don't go to a lot of trouble, please. I probably won't be a very regular tester. (Although I'd be interested to be on an email distribution if there is one - I enjoy testing & providing feedback where I can.)

Timothy Cooper (timothycooper) said : #3

Thanks Raoul Snyman, that solved my question.

Raoul Snyman (raoul-snyman) said : #4

Hey Timothy,

You can sign up to our mailing list here: https://lists.openlp.io/mailman/listinfo/openlp-dev

Also, if you dare ;-) you can look at our wiki here: https://wiki.openlp.org/