Has development ceased?

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  • #2555
    MrE
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    hi,

    There haven’t been any nightlies for quite some time now, svn-1696 was released 29-10-07 and I haven’t seen any news since.

    There are a few issues with svn-1696, such as lacking sqlite3 support.

    Is a new version in the pipeline?

    Thanks
    Emile

    #17442
    fizze
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    @MrE wrote:

    There are a few issues with svn-1696, such as lacking sqlite3 support.

    Do not confuse the lack of built-in sqlite3 support for one particular build with the lack of functionality. I’ve been using svn-1696 happily with sqlite3 for a couple of months now, as have others.

    If sqlite3 is a must-have feature for you, just roll your own build 😉

    Other than that, well, Ron’s been quite quiet, but then it’s free software and anyone is welcome to pick firefly up and go on 😉

    #17443
    rsl360
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    #17444
    stretch
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    The latest version, if you can call it that, is svn-1735 but you will have to download the source code and compile it yourself.

    svn-1735 is an branch from svn-1586 NOT a further development of svn-1696
    svn-1696 (trunk) appears to have been developed as far as svn-1715 but the log message reads “oops” and that’s it ❓
    svn-1714 may be of interest to you, the log message reads “make sqlite3 work”

    Please note that this is my interpretation of the change log. I could be reading it wrong 😕

    I have no idea if any of those versions are reasonably stable or not

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