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Development vs SVN
#1
On the website, under the 'Download Get PCSX2 here' menu, there's two different links. 'Development' & 'SVN'. Why is that? They both seem to be the same thing, just different links:
http://pcsx2.net/download/development.html
http://pcsx2.net/download/development/svn.html

The only differences I can see are that the 'Age' on the builds are off by a couple of minutes and that the 'Development' page has a link at the bottom to the news archive:
http://pcsx2.net/article-archive.html

Also while we're at it, why are they still called SVN builds? I thought you guys switched to GitHub.
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#2
Well one is the header of a menu group the other is a menu entry... if there is a second parallel development system you would see two entries and clicking on the header would explain to you what these two systems are... Exactly like the other column...

Probably there will never be a second parallel development system.. but to conserve the structure the header was included.
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#3
Oh I see. That makes sense. And the reason the menu entry is still listed as 'SVN'?
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#4
(I asked the same...and got a unsatisfactory answer... For me it is not important enough to bother bositman again with this. If he thinks that it is fine as it is I can live with it.)
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#5
I'll ask him as well Smile
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#6
Yeah, I've been curious about it, but haven't bothered to say anything.
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#7
Oh I see how it is. So the new guy had to come along and cause the ruckus? Tongue
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Victory


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#9
I am impressed...
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#10
Hellz yeah
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