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Versionate the develop, sdk 2011


Hi,

Is there any way to versionate the develop with SDK?

I prefer don't versionate all sdk files, i think that is unnecesary.


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Re: Versionate the develop, sdk 2011


Hi shinojosa,

I don't think we quite know what you mean.
FYI, we provide the SDK as a pre-built download, but we also have an SVN
repository that people can use. That repo is of course versioned, and we
snapshot each release (for example 2011.1r1, 2011.1r2, etc).

As a general note, we put a lot of effort into backwards compatibility
so that IN GENERAL, you should always use the latest version - any
plug-ins built on the latest version should work on anything but
extremely old Sentinel platforms. There may be exceptions, however. In
SVN, for example, we provide a 'stable' branch and a more bleeding-edge
branch, which is occasionally broken in various ways.

Does this help answer your question?


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