[scribus] When is a new release for Windows coming out?

avox 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
>>> Windows,
>>> and worth checking out.
>>> http://www.scribus.net/?q=taxonomy/term/34
> 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.
> I
> am assuming that the 1.3.5 is still being worked on may not be certified
> stable. Is that correct?
> is certified stable, 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
release now
(and I hope that this statement is vague enough not to raise any false hopes
;-) )

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