[IAEP] [Sugar-devel] 13.1 ? and 12 ? Re: Sugar Digest 2012-11-30
yamaplos at gmail.com
Fri Nov 30 14:44:46 EST 2012
thank you, Daniel, I was confused between build, spin, OLPC version,
I guess I got it now, and I should test, for example, build 12 of
version 13... as being the lates6t /announced/ for XO-1
There are newer builds (like build 15), but from your note I infer I
should not use those
I do not dare join devel anymore. I don't understand much, and what I
think I understand I often got wroing
BTW, I have it from the guys that pack it that the Fedora 18 msp430
toolchain is operational (up to Fedora 17, it is a mess, very very old
stuffs in repositories)
will test it soon
Thank you again!
On 11/30/2012 01:27 PM, Daniel Drake wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 12:07 PM, Yama Ploskonka <yamaplos at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 2) What is the role of these 31012 builds? are they meant as an official
>> update? are they undergoing further testing? In short, should I point people
>> to those instead of to the 21021?
> The naming scheme is described here:
> So really what you are asking is: should you point people at 12.1 or 13.1?
> http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Releases shows you that 12.1 is the latest
> stable, and 13.1 is in development. So it depends if you are working
> with users or developers...
>> the link Walter offers (thanks!)
>> has only XO-4 files...
> The devel at lists.laptop.org list has build announcements - thats the
> best place to keep up with whats going on. In this case build 13 was
> never announced; the build 12 announcement did mention that build 13
> would be XO-4 only.
>> Also, if I look for 12.1 files, here:
>> they are named 31012
> Your mistake here would be that you are looking for 12.1 files in a
> 13.1.0 directory. You can find 12.1 final on
> http://download.laptop.org or on the link you include below:
>> points to 21021 ones
> That is the 12.1 final release.
>> BTW, the os14 directories /do/ have X0-1 files, but I guess that's trying
>> timetravel :-)
> Thats 13.1.0 build 14, the latest announced 13.1 development build.
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