[Bioperl-l] Is bioperl-live the nickname of the CVS head ?
Nathan S. Haigh
n.haigh at sheffield.ac.uk
Thu Jun 28 04:51:19 EDT 2007
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Charles Plessy wrote:
> Dear developpers,
> I am considering to bring bioperl 1.5.2 in Debian, and I am wondering if
> it would make sense to call it "bioperl-live" and distribute it in
> parallel with the stable 1.4.0 version, if bioperl-live means "the
> current developepr version".
> If I am wrong, can somebody explain me what bioperl-live exactly refers
> to ?
> Have a nice day,
bioperl-live really means the HEAD of the cvs repository so is the most
bleeding-edge code available.
Version 1.5.* is the developer release, while the 1.4.* is the stable
release. However, there have been few updates to the 1.4.* release which
means that it is more unstable than the 1.5.* dev release. I think the
consensus, was to have more rapid release cycles of the stable branch in
future in order to avoid this. I'm sure there are others more qualified
to expand/correct me on this if needs e.
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