^DooM^ wrote:You can't do that with github et al!
^DooM^ wrote:I stand corrected. Still, it will save bandwidth being all local.
Nick Berardi wrote:For example say a new line was added to some C++ file, and that is all that was changed. In SVN, it will download the whole file, in GIT it will just download a patch for that one line.
yon wrote:When to release a new version? we waiting for long time....
Bill48105 wrote:yon wrote:When to release a new version? we waiting for long time....
Official releases: Martin
He's been very busy with work & personal life. No idea when, he says 'soon' for year now lol He did a LOT of updates/fixes/tweaks on source last month to prepare for release finally but got busy with work/life again.
Unofficial experimental releases: Bill48105
I've been very busy with personal life like my son having brain surgery & working when I can since taking care of my son & all his appointments consumes much of my time especially lately. I'll likely release another experimental in next week or 2 with martin's changes he's committed to SVN source & others done locally on my copy but most are far from urgent/critical to be super excited about. None the less still nice to keep the project active & always a chance the changes help someone.
Boils down to priorities in life & available time which unfortunately hmail isn't super high on the list at the moment nor is free time plentiful. The good news is 5.4 has been very stable for me & seems for others as well aside from wish-list items people have.
yon wrote:I am understand this. me too. running network not my job. my hobby.
Because the economic environment is not good, so I am a little time to do these. And I also take care of his family in the hospital.
I hope Add new features in new version. now I am do ipv6 mail service for public. such as Bind to more IP.
Hmail More famous... So hmail should keep update .
EngineeredVirus wrote:How do I track the code of the last stable release? hMailServer 5.3.3, build 1879
tbrg78_hm wrote:Hi folks, user "mattg" took me here, because I asked for how to supply potential code changes to PHPWebAdmin.
I tried to get the svn repo and did not succeed, does it work for anybody?
And what about the mentioned repository copy over at github, it has not been updated for 2 years?
The svn is public read only.
What sort of changes did you make?
martin wrote:I've set up an account on GitHub:
This will be the new official location of the source.
If you want to contribute, fork the project on GitHub, make changes to your fork and then send me a pull request and I'll merge the changes into the official repository. The SVN repository will be shut down as soon as I've confirmed that there's no issues producing new builds from GitHub (which I'm doing right now).
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