There have only been major changes on GSdx though, still not much changes in the core to justify a stable release.
We're supposed to be working as a team, if we aren't helping and suggesting things to each other, we aren't working as a team.
While it's true that there have only been major changes to GSdx I still believe that 1.4.0 is somewhat close.
According to the 1.4.0 milestone on GitHub it's 90% complete so maybe it's not that far away?
Yes there were quite a few GSdx issues under the 1.4.0 milestone.
I don't know what will happen when it's 100% and anything can change but if there is an milestone for 1.4.0 it have to mean something I guess that they're planning to roll out a new stable release in a near future.
We'll just have to wait and see I guess but one thing stuck me when I browsed the release section on GitHub.
Why is 1.3.1 listed as a release since odd numbers is beta/development builds?
Was there something special about 1.3.1?
1.3.1 is not a release, 1.2.1 was, but that was a bugfix build
He's probably talking about the github tag, that was done for some practical purposes
I think it would be nice to do a release one day. Linux will need it for various reasons. Improvement is enormous on the Linux port.