Author Topic: How ML developement is structured?  (Read 1724 times)

ToniX

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How ML developement is structured?
« on: July 09, 2013, 02:28:25 PM »
I am quite frustrating, the more I get addicted with ML, the slower seems I learn  >:(

I need some synthetic eplanation.

ML 2.3STABLE:   last upate 07 jul 2012, correct?

Nightly builds- but no RAW: almost daily updates, I guess based on the above mentioned ML version, but:
is it each new one version replacing the previous, or are there exceptions?

Tragic Lantern- or Nightly builds + RAW?
I noted many things are shared between TL and ML, just the weight of the autoexec.bin seem different.
What are the substantial differences?

 Thanks for help.

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ToniX

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Re: How ML developement is structured?
« Reply #1 on: July 09, 2013, 05:46:26 PM »
I've got an example that maybe helps other to help me.

ML2.3 29 jun 2003 release:

1)the Modules menu is not yet implemented there, it has been in the next one.
2)instead, a Script menu is present,
3) that, however, it is not present in the following july versions.....

 I am very scared to browse down to previous versions, because it is not clear anymore if the ML development  follow the logic of upating, as it is supposed it shoul be or if regular versions and experimental version are all mixed togheter?

I hope that someone with more experience with ML, will realize how much difficult could be for a newbie to move through such a big source of  informations as the ML project is , without cardinals.

600D - EFs18-55 ISII