On Monday, 1. November 2010 15.33:34 Marcos Douglas wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 1, 2010 at 11:14 AM, Graeme Geldenhuys
> <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > Op 2010-11-01 15:48, Marcos Douglas het geskryf:
> >> If you use the FPC from
> >> http://svn.freepascal.org/svn/fpc/branches/fixes_2_4 then the version
> >> is 2.4.3, right?
> > Yes, and that works with MSEide too.
> The 2.4.3 version is the version of do you use? This is the version
> oficial to production, from SVN?
Yes, I normally use FPC SVN fixes_2_4 for production.
On Monday, 1. November 2010 16.24:30 Brian Winfrey wrote:
> Which address should I be using? It looks like the UUID and revision
> are the same while Last changed revision and path are different.
For MSEide+MSEgui you can use both. It is your choice if you wan't to use a
tagged release or the fixes branch. MSEide+MSEgui is not tested with FPC SVN
Op 2010-11-01 17:24, Brian Winfrey het geskryf:
> Which address should I be using?
release_2_4_2 is simply the "tagged" release of the future FPC 2.4.2
release - currently in beta testing.
The fixes_2_4 is already at version 2.4.3 and contains everything from
2.4.2 and more...
As Martin said, you can use either of those.
> It looks like the UUID and revision are the same while Last changed revision
Simply because both of those refer to the SubVersion repository as a whole.
Both those branches are in the save SubVersion repository, hence the same
UUID. Also a SubVersion repository uses a revision number across the whole
repository - not per branch.
In our previous episode, Paul Breneman said:
> This is a new page with FPC 2.4.2 and fpGUI:
> http://www.turbocontrol.com/easyfpgui.htm >
> I'd like to set up a similar page for MSEgui (and maybe for MSEide as
> well). Please contact me off-list about this.
> In our previous episode, Paul Breneman said:
>> This is a new page with FPC 2.4.2 and fpGUI:
>> http://www.turbocontrol.com/easyfpgui.htm >>
>> I'd like to set up a similar page for MSEgui (and maybe for MSEide as
>> well). Please contact me off-list about this.
> Btw, you might want to scrap the turboexplorer.com link on your website. The
> Turbo Explorer versions of Delphi are no longer available, and that page only
> lists 30 day trials.