Windows nightly build: Would you use it?
nbinont at gmail.com
Mon Oct 8 18:49:12 EDT 2007
On 10/8/07, Derek Atkins <warlord at mit.edu> wrote:
> Quoting Stephen Grant brown <s_g_brown at bemail.com.au>:
> > Hi Nathan,
> > I live in Australia. I have a 500 megabyte per month download limit.
> > Most ISP's seem to have that as their base account and I guess it
> > costs double the cost of the basic account to get unlimited
> > downloads. ie I pay $30 a month, it would cost me about $70 dollars a
> > month for unlimited downloads.
> > Yours Sincerely Stephen Grant Brown
> Umm, this begs the question of why you'd want to download and update
> gnucash in binary form every day, rather than, say, once a week or
> just building it from source. The daily builds are more for people
> to try to test specific bug-fixes between releases. I dont expect
> them to be used by someone to actually test each daily build. Keep
> in mind that many days there might not even be any changes.
> Frankly, if you want to test changes every day you should just set up
> a build environment and build it yourself every day.
I think Stephen's trying to do this - setup the build environment, that is.
> Derek Atkins, SB '93 MIT EE, SM '95 MIT Media Laboratory
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