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please new release

jan's profile image jan posted 13 years ago in General Permalink
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's profile image ansgar posted 13 years ago Permalink
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's profile image Remigius posted 13 years ago Permalink
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)
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ansgar's profile image ansgar posted 13 years ago Permalink
Only two critical things left for the new release.. Should not take longer than one week I guess.
jan's profile image jan posted 13 years ago Permalink

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's profile image jan posted 13 years ago Permalink
: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's profile image ansgar posted 13 years ago Permalink

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.

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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