Would you please tell me where can I find the update events. How can I check my OSQA version. Is there any latest version released?

asked 10 May '10, 20:22

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Well, you can get into http://svn.osqa.net and then you can subscribe to the rss feed using the tools menu in the top right.

There is no stable release yet, we're still finishing our first one. As for "knowing" which version you're using, well one thing is for sure, you're running a development version :-) . But we'll start showing the svn the build number somewhere in the admin area or something so you can easily know which build you're using.

EDIT: You can always use the command svnversion st the root of the project to know at which revision you are.


answered 10 May '10, 23:03

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edited 11 May '10, 09:27

I noticed that the version I downloaded is later than the version used for meta.osqa.net How can I get the version used for this site? It seems stable enough.

(18 May '10, 13:42) Amr

This meta.osqa.net site is usually running the very latest subversion trunk or will be within a few hours. It has been updated on almost a daily basis for weeks, and often more than once per day. In short, if this isn't the latest code from the repo, then it most likely will be in a little while.

(18 May '10, 14:40) rickross ♦♦
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