[scribus] When is a new release for Windows coming out?
avox at arcor.de
Wed Mar 4 23:13:26 CET 2009
Steven Dayton wrote:
>>> Please forget that 1.3.4 ever existed.
>>> OTOH, switching to Linux will set you free!
>>> But to be honest, there are some 1.3.5svn snapshots available for
>>> and worth checking out.
> Why? What happened that people would mention that version. I am new to
> Sribus (just installed it last week).
> I hope you will pardon my ingnorance and tell me what does .svn stand for?
> When I downloaded the Windows version it said the current stable version.
> am assuming that the 1.3.5 is still being worked on may not be certified
> stable. Is that correct?
188.8.131.52 is certified stable, 184.108.40.206svn will be the next certified stable.
1.3.4 is certified unstable (a.k.a "buggy as hell"). 1.3.5svn got all the
bug fixes instead,
and is now in a much better shape than 1.3.4. In fact it's not too far from
(and I hope that this statement is vague enough not to raise any false hopes
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