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please new release

jan posted 7 years ago in General
i would like you to publish new releases more often.

you have solved 3 of my bugs, but i still have to work with an old version.

please, just checkin your local exe as "beta build".

many thanks.
ansgar posted 7 years ago
Yes, you're absolutely right, we should release more often.

However, I recently wanted to setup an automatic workflow for building and uploading nightly builds of the heidisql.exe. I am struggling with some strange issues of the command line compiler (DCC32.exe). But I haven't given up yet...

In the meantime, the latest builds on the download-page should help a bit. Although those are not updated so frequently.

Ah and I don't think you want to have my local exe. It contains some serious bugs currently I have to nuke. :twisted:
Remigius posted 7 years ago
First of all, thanks for Heidi! I've been using MySQL-Front 2.5 for ages and it's nice to see development continued here.

Could you give us an estimate when a new build will be released, as beta/RC if need be? I ran into some problems with exporting (the slow blob bug and some access violation), but from the bugtracker I reckon these are already fixed, so it'd be great to have an update available without having to build it myself.

(yes, I'm lazy wink)
ansgar posted 7 years ago
Only two critical things left for the new release.. Should not take longer than one week I guess.
jan posted 7 years ago

anse wrote: Ah and I don't think you want to have my local exe. It contains some serious bugs currently I have to nuke. :twisted:



hmm...
why not?
i assume, that you always have an correct version in cvs. and when you (or rosenfield) solved an problem, you checkin the corrected source to the cvs.

i think it is possible, that you simply checkin your local exe to cvs too. give it a try......

jan posted 7 years ago
:D happyhappyhappyhappyhappy

i just found http://www.heidisql.com/latestbuilds/ and could not wait to test it....

great functions.... especally that i now can restore my backups:


i feel so happy.......

jan
ansgar posted 7 years ago

jan wrote: i assume, that you always have an correct version in cvs.



Mostly the current working copy in our SVN repository is working. But there were quite a few commits after which something was broken. That's why we make releases - they contain the best working version, surely from a subjective point of view.

jan wrote: i think it is possible, that you simply checkin your local exe to cvs too. give it a try......



The binaries which can be compiled using the sources don't belong into any repository. That would just blow up the repo and introduce big confusion about different versions.

However, I guess you are happy now with the nightly builds :)

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