Can't understand what is the nightly
This is the nightly builds name
[ ] MuseScoreNightly-latest-x86_64.7z 2023-03-27 05:31 89M
[ ] MuseScoreNightly-230860506-4.0.2-a45b9a5-x86_64.7z 2023-03-27 05:31 89M
[ ] MuseScoreNightly-230860304-master-9037421-x86_64.7z 2023-03-27 03:29 89M
[ ] MuseScoreNightly-230850506-4.0.2-a45b9a5-x86_64.7z 2023-03-26 05:36 89M
[ ] MuseScoreNightly-230850304-master-0a25455-x86_64.7z 2023-03-26 03:30 89M
[ ] MuseScoreNightly-230840506-4.0.2-a45b9a5-x86_64.7z 2023-03-25 05:32 89M
[ ] MuseScoreNightly-230840304-master-0c3d87c-x86_64.7z 2023-03-25 03:32 89M
This might be a silly question but i can't understand what the nighly version
the name is always the same for 4.0.2, for me there has been no change for several days.
if nightly is master, for me this version has been crashing for several days
am i wrong if i say:
MuseScoreNightly-latest-x86_64.7z 2023-03-27 05:31 = MuseScoreNightly-230860506-4.0.2-a45b9a5-x86_64.7z (4.0.2)
Thank's for the help
> am i wrong if i say:
> MuseScoreNightly-latest-x86_64.7z 2023-03-27 05:31 = MuseScoreNightly-230860506-4.0.2-a45b9a5-x86_64.7z (4.0.2)
No, you are correct :)
At least you are until the next nightly build is created.
latestalways points to the most recent one.
230860506is a timestamp. It means year
(We can't fit a month number and a day-of-month number for technical reasons, hence the use of day-of-year. If you're curious, the reason is that the timestamp must fit in a 32-bit integer as required by the Wix packaging tool on Windows.)
masterbuild is where new features arrive. These builds change on a daily basis.
Versioned builds like
4.0.2are where you might see a small emergency fix if one becomes necessary, but for the most part those builds are not expected to change.
In reply to > am i wrong if i say: >… by shoogle
Thank you, so I have to be careful to load the master version and not the latest version which is often 4.0.2.
Thank you so much again
In reply to Good evening, Thank you, so… by Gai-Luron
From today, there is a different "latest" nightly for each branch: