On 27.12.2012 16:55, VDR User wrote:
> Matthias Schniedermeyer:
> Pointing out that the last stable release of VDR having an old
> timestamp has nothing to do with people _choosing_ to use the
> developer version, which is warned and well-known to possibly contain
> changes that will cause problems for those expecting "stable"
> behavior. The advice has always been, and will always be, if you
> expect stable then use stable.
It is, or can be, a dependency problem.
If your main use-case is for e.g. provided by a plugin that only works
with the lastest development-release you are more or less forced to use
a development release.
Or some other example i use a self compiled VDR, but i'm also a Debian
user. Debian is currently in a freeze-phase for the next stable release.
So i looked which version of VDR i could install:
apt-cache show vdr | grep Version
There isn't even a 1.6 version to install only a single 1.7 Version.
(Technically i'm on unstable, but there shouldn't be that much
difference as long as Wheezy isn't released )
And this is Debian, famous for being ultraconservative when it is about
I'm smelling a problem of reality.
When the caravan moves on ....
Linus realized that when he changed the development-model of the kernel
last time some years ago: Yearlong "gaps" are a problem in reality.
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