[wp-hackers] Interim Updates

Robert Deaton false.hopes at gmail.com
Sat Feb 26 16:07:33 GMT 2005

Well, if you feel really comfortable with the source code, you could
go through and pick out the newer more stable functions that you want
out of SVN and apply them to your current version, sortof making your
own release that's a mix of everything.

On Sat, 26 Feb 2005 09:33:39 -0500, Scott Merrill <skippy at skippy.net> wrote:
> I haven't upgraded to 1.5 yet; and I know that 1.5.1 is around the corner.
> I'd like to upgrade, but I know that some things are broken in 1.5 (like
> trackbacks, for example).  Is there a way for users like me to keep up
> with _just_ the bugfixes going into SVN without also applying new (and
> possibly experimental) development items?
> I'll be happy to start using SVN to check out the latest _stable_
> versions, but I don't want to run a development version on my system --
> mostly because I don't feel like tracking the SVN commits to keep up
> with what may break my site.
> I'd like something newer (and less buggy) than the latest release, but
> not something bleeding edge.  Is that possible?
> --
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