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PostPosted: Thu Mar 20, 2008 7:19 am 
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I'm new to OA andI'm testing it on my network using the 07.08.28 release. Looking very good thus far.

I've seen several posts about new features/capabilities in the forum. I've looked at the SVN for the latest version. I've used SVN in the past with other projects and they had it organized differently. Should I assume that the latest/highest Rev number under /branches is the latest and greatest release?

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 20, 2008 1:16 pm 
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Just check out the Trunk - it's always the latest.

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 20, 2008 1:25 pm 
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Is the trunk the latest stable or just the latest?


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 23, 2008 9:17 am 
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Trunk is the 'latest' code.
It is generally quite stable.
We don't introduce major breakage into Trunk (well, we try not to).
We are looking to have another 'release' shortly - stay tuned...

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I followed the instructions exactly from the faq, and it creates a trunk folder along with other folders underneath the openaudit folder.

Basicaly I copied over everything in the trunkfolder to the root openaudit folder, and ran the upgrade. Was that the right step to do?

Also what are the other folders for that I download with the latest snv?


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Basicaly I copied over everything in the trunkfolder to the root openaudit folder, and ran the upgrade. Was that the right step to do?

Basically. You could keep your include_config file, to save some work.

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Also what are the other folders for that I download with the latest snv?

They are called "branches". They are where we create a copy of the code, then add features, etc, before "merging" it back into Trunk.
That way, Trunk _should_ stay quite stable. We break things in the branches, fix them, then merge back into Trunk...

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