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Old 06-18-2017, 04:46 AM   #1
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msb new 1.19-dev branch

I use for my Current64 XFCE plus caja and friends, which for as far as I know follows the master branch.

I noticed there is a new 1.19-dev branch. What will its function be and will the "latest" builds as mentioned above switch over to this new branch (and if so, on what time scale)?

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Old 06-18-2017, 10:13 AM   #2
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That branch wasn't announced publicly, but somehow you managed to saw that
As described in the README, master branch will track latest development for MATE on top of -current.

Upstream development release is 1.19, but not all tarballs are released, so i put the changes on 1.19-dev. Once all 1.19 tarballs are out, it will be merged into master and development continues there until 1.20 comes up later this year and we make a new branch for that release.


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