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Building your own from Git vs. sticking to releases.

Just curious as to what people are doing - are you all using the cutting edge from Git and building it, or just sticking to the point releases ?

Assuming there's no fixes in Git that you absolutely need at any given point that is …

— asked August 24th 2010 by Alan Bourke
  • github

1 Answer

  • As soon as I start working, I get the latest files from github.
    I also have a backup just in case I got a faulty commit. That happens sometimes and if you keep getting errors in your code, blame the devs. ;-)

    Github makes it so easy to get the latest commit plus you can report errors and make Titanium even better. :)

    — answered August 24th 2010 by Dominik Hahn
    • Till now, I haven't been grabbing Titanium Developer updates from github. But I have been grabbing SDK latest builds. Doing so has fixed some issues for me. Version 1.5 is looking so great I might start using the github versions of the developer application itself.

      — commented August 24th 2010 by Tim Poulsen
    • Can you help me understand how to compile the source code once I have it from git?

      — commented August 9th 2012 by Amy H
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