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Find them on EMUCR.

So was I wondering are they worth using compared to the Official 1.4.0 Release?
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#2
Well we don't support EMUCR builds at all.

Get them from here
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(04-12-2017, 04:01 AM)Nobbs66 Wrote: Well we don't support EMUCR builds at all.

Get them from here

Thanks for the Link Mate. Why don't you support EMUCR Builds?

So GIT Version is like a Beta Version that is just for Testing?
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#4
EMUCR builds are unofficial, we don't know what they've done with them so we don't want to support them, just in case we end up wasting time supporting somebody on a problem that only exists in those builds. So we have the official git versions Nobbs linked above, which we know how it works Smile
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(04-12-2017, 03:33 PM)refraction Wrote: EMUCR builds are unofficial, we don't know what they've done with them so we don't want to support them, just in case we end up wasting time supporting somebody on a problem that only exists in those builds.  So we have the official git versions Nobbs linked above, which we know how it works Smile

Thanks for that Info.

Is it worth using the GIT Version over the Official Release?
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#6
Sometimes it is, sometimes it isn't.

A lot of bugs may be fixed, but new ones may also be introduced with each new developer version. There's a reason why they're called test builds. Tongue
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