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Monday 27 September 2010 9:30:34 am - 4 replies

Can anyone give a none 'pro-developer' a hint on how to preceed to get patches for ezpublish without paying for the premium version? I've just read a forum topic where a ezpublish crew member states that git versions are not for 'direct consumption' and am a bit confused now. I thought that the procedure would be to download a major version from ez.no and then get updates via git? or how is this done? thanks for any feedback.

Monday 27 September 2010 9:37:51 am

GIT is a source version control system, master is on the edge so it should never be used for production use, only for testing. If there are security issues we'll post patches / updated builds online, but other then that it's an upgrade every six months and you'll need to cherry-pick patches if you want fixes in the meantime.

Modified on Monday 27 September 2010 9:38:44 am by André R

Monday 27 September 2010 10:23:12 am

Is the git access going to remain accessible to everyone? I read something that made me think that it would be shut off to anonymous users in the future with the community/enterprise split (although maybe I was just being paranoid.)

Modified on Monday 27 September 2010 10:23:36 am by Steven E Bailey

Monday 27 September 2010 6:19:56 pm

Is the git access going to remain accessible to everyone? I read something that made me think that it would be shut off to anonymous users in the future with the community/enterprise split (although maybe I was just being paranoid.)

@Steven : the GIT repository will remain public !

@Andre M : eZ Publish git repository ( http://github.com/ezsystems/ezpublish ) contains and will keep containing the most cutting-edge version of eZ Publish ("Community Project"blunk.gif Emoticon. This is not to be confused with the "Enterprise Edition", based on the Community Project, but extensively QAed by eZ and available through Enterprise Subscription. So if you are using eZ Publish in a context where professional support is not needed, you can keep an eye on the GIT repository. Community Project releases will also be made available, another way to stay in touch with eZ Publish's latest, bleeding-edge evolutions.

Cheers !

Monday 27 September 2010 10:19:19 pm

@Nicolas: Good to know, thanks!

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