> But is it safe to upgrade to a SVN version rather to stay on the 
> stable version provided on the getit platform for our customers ? 
> A SVN version come with patches but with new bugs too, so....;)
> Actually GetIt has the 8.44 and SVN is already on 8.50 I hope it 
> would be a stable number by the way but...

What constitutes a stable release is highly debatable, it is really any
release that has no outstanding show stopping bugs, and that is only
known with time, usually a couple of weeks.  

But no guarantee that it is bug free even then, depends how many people
have built projects using it.  For the web server, SMTP, POP3 and FTP
in particular, I only put stuff into SVN that is live on my own public
web site, but bugs do still arise, just fixed web redirection. 

V8.50 is the next planned stable release, I have no outstanding bugs to
fix and no planned changes, but did make changes last week and have not
rebuilt all my applications yet.  

GetIt submissions are handled manually by email, and people keep
leaving and don't answer emails, so they are not necessarily up to date.


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