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Question: Since you incorporate in the pre-release desccription the term "Includes branch:" I am trying to understand what this mean.!! Using a translate the results ar icohoerent inmy lenguage! Could you help me to understand the meaning of this term? Thanks Justin.
Asked by javiramallo (84.76.39.x) on November 14 2020, 9:38pm
Reply on November 15 2020, 3:05pm:
    We use branches of the source code for REAPER to work on certain features/etc, which are combined into +dev builds. When those branches are deemed suitable for release, then we combine them into the main branch which is what the non-+dev builds are (releases and release candidates).

  • Posted by Javi (84.76.39.x) on November 15 2020, 6:41pm:
    Thanks Justin. Now is more clear! Hugs from Spain!

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