ryan Posted April 29, 2022 Share Posted April 29, 2022 This week's commits for ProcessWire 3.0.199 focus primarily in wrapping up several remaining reported issues in preparation for our master/main release version. So you can think of 3.0.199 as very close to a release candidate for the next master/main version. A few of the issues resolved this week were ones that had been around a long time, due to being difficult to reproduce, or issues that had been held off for awhile because they were going to take additional time to resolve. (See commit log for details). Having closed out a few of those older issues this week, I'm feeling good about where the dev branch is right now and think we're just about there. If you have a chance to test out the current dev branch (3.0.199), please let us know if you run into any issues. At least one person has asked about why we're not bumping the version to 3.1 (previously, or now). The reason is that all 200 versions of 3.x should be compatible with each other, enabling one to upgrade (or potentially downgrade) between the 3.x versions, without any drama. That's a good thing I think, and so I'm kind of proud that we are approaching version 3.0.200, which will hopefully be our next master. I'm sure we'll have a 3.1 at some point in time, but I'd like to keep on the 3.0.x track so long as upgrades remain drama free. Thanks, and have a great weekend! 16 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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