|Re: Old versions, releases and decoder software [message #73969 is a reply to message #73952]
||Thu, 15 April 2010 17:37
Registered: July 2007
com2 wrote on Thu, 15 April 2010 16:39|
Looking at one of the issues I believe that the SVN version of Kloxo is a snapshot in the middle of development phase. I believe that some driver changes were interrupted in the middle and some of it might even have crept pre-maturely into present release.
- What happened to the original plan to have the complete harddisks of the developer available? Is there a way to get hold of the original CVS dev repositry he was using?
- Are there still old release versions backed up somewhere? This could be a second option to go back to a still working release and use a decoder to find out what the code was.
- What software would decode these old releases?
1. Dont ask again. We have to do without it and we are further than the old state so that would mean going back to zero.
The SVN versions are running and confirmed. Just some minor issues. When we are ready and a TEST version is aviable then you can test too. I wrote a article at the wiki site how you can run the current SVN version.
2. SVN versions are working. No point to break the law by decoding copyrighted software
kloxo-6.0.2042.zip kloxo-6.0.2062.zip kloxo-6.0.2082.zip kloxo-6.0.2052.zip kloxo-6.0.2072.zip kloxo-6.0.2083.zip
3. There is no decoding software. If you want to decode it, you need to pay for the service at zend company.
Yes, i know there are illegal ways. Thats not what we want to do. Bad image!
Again, it is asked too much now and answers are given at the forum, irc, email (lists) etc in the past.
SVN versions are working, minor issues, no need for CVS/HDD's.
Its too old information already.
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