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1.5.0 roadmap
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When could 1.5.0 become stable? I'm only curious  Smile
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#2
Only time will tell.
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#3
We've not long released a stable build, it's usually a year or two before we release another one.
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#4
Technically a stable 1.5.0
1/ is already released
2/ will never be release
(it is up to you, how you want to play with words Wink )

SW development is composed of 2 main cycles : coding new feature, stabilize code. The latter is useless if you don't have time to do the former Wink
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#5
OK, I roger that. If there won't be a stable release coming soon, how about implementing auto-update to the development releases? So that we can test the release without worrying about messing with configs and having to check the release page so often Smile
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#6
We don't auto-update development builds because they have the potential to completely break it, then you are stuck without the emulator and you would have to manually download a working version Wink
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(05-23-2016, 01:56 PM)refraction Wrote: We don't auto-update development builds because they have the potential to completely break it, then you are stuck without the emulator and you would have to manually download a working version Wink

Makes sense. Sorry for creating the second thread. I though that it's a different topic.
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#8
No problem, it was already being discussed here and kind of relevant Smile
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#9
But are you aware that you could download binary build of latest dev? You don't need to download every release.

Otherwise there are daily PPA build on Linux with automatic upgrade.
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