> On Feb 9, 2018, at 5:57 AM, cicko <alen.sil...@gmx.com> wrote:
> I find a bit confusing as to where to find the latest version for Windows.
> The maintainance releases are apparently going out but somehow I can't
> figure out what the flow is.
> The main www.gnucash.org page points to
> which does not exist.
> The Installation page simply points to the Windows directory on SourceForge.
> The Stable version there is
> which looks like the first 2.6.19 version?
> However, on the same page there is a hash
> which refers to 2.6.19-3 version for Windows(!).
> And, finally, Windows wiki page (https://wiki.gnucash.org/wiki/Windows)
> points to
> which shows what I believe are the weekly maintenance builds, based on the
> info in their names and the description on the wiki page.
> So, if I want to get the *latest stable version* for Windows, which one
> should I use?
You should use
(They’re the same file; Github lacks SourceForge’s annoying advertising).
And I’ll get the mess of wrong pointers and names cleaned up.
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