On 04/16/2016 10:24 AM, Sl�vek Banko wrote:
> On Saturday 16 of April 2016 00:00:10 Diego M. Vadell wrote:
>> Hi everybody,
>> I was thinking about helping by testing TDE on the upcoming Ubuntu
>> release (16.04). Do you think is useful? Should I test git, the nightly
>> snapshot or 14.0.3? Or all of them?
>> -- Diego.
> There are basically four options:
> 1) Building from sources - git branch master corresponds to nightly-builds,
> git branch r14.0.x corresponds to preliminary-stable-builds.
> 2) Nightly Builds apt repository == development version for upcoming R14.1.0.
> However, this is not widely available:
> 3) Preliminary Stable Builds apt repository.
> It contains preliminary packages for the upcoming R14.0.4:
> 4) Wait a few days for the official build R14.0.3.
thanks for willing to help out. Any testing you can do and any feedback you can provide will be welcome.
In addition to Slavek's comment:
- R14.0.x series is the current stable branch. Changes here are smaller/safer than the main trunk
- R14.1.x series is the next minor release. Changes here can be bigger, although most of the time they are quite safe. I
run R14.1.x all the time and only occasionally (really occasionally) something is broken.