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With SVN browser, I see releases only up to 1.8.6, but it looks like the latest is 1.9.3 with a development release at 1.9.2.

Where would the 1.9.X be if we wanted to do work forked off of those?

asked 04 Apr '13, 15:34

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answered 04 Apr '13, 16:15

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Sorry, I meant more specifically, how would one designate 1.9.1 vs. 1.9.2 off of trunk, for example?

(04 Apr '13, 16:26) joeEmbed

The development releases are true snapshots of the trunk. There's no branch or tag assigned to them in the repository. That is deliberate as to give no importance to them, as in they represent nothing more than the bleeding edge of development of that moment in time.

What you can do is fork of any (recent) revision of trunk and have your own development snapshot so to speak.

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