Will this by an Binary release, including cs binaries with correct
The reason of my questions is because sometimes, in some distribuitons
(linux or gnu/linux :P) is very disturbing to downgrade a lot of
specific lib/dependencies (or upgrade) and I've had a lot of trouble
to compiling it correctly last time (on centos).
Binary releases with theirs specific dependencies with the
correct/supporte version bundled makes the engine a little more
'user-friendly' if I may say.
Binary packages will be released for at least GNU Linux. At present I
intend to build binaries for:
* Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, 14.04 LTS and 14.10 in dev release.
* Fedora 20 and 21 if close or out by then.
* RHEL/CentOS 6.x and 7.x if out by then.
Note: RHEL/CentOS builds depend on the EPEL repo.
Don't worry about CentOS builds. CentOS 6.x is the primary test machine
of the release guy and where all RPM builds are tested. ;-)
Windows binaries are waiting for a volunteer? :-D
GNU Linux User and Developer