|Subject:||Re: [lwip-users] question about using master/head instead of 1.4.1|
|Date:||Mon, 01 Sep 2014 20:38:24 +0200|
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Wendel Assis wrote:
I´ve started working with lwIP some weeks ago and one thing that called my attention was that the latest stable version is two years old and that we have almost 200 commits since them. I know this seems an odd question, but what the community suggests? pick the stable or the master version for a new integration? I could see that many commits were related to ipv6 and ppp, but I'm not sure if critical bugs were fixed in between.
That's not at all an odd question. The current git master should be 'pretty stable' and should be the code to use when starting new projects. However, you should expect it to get fixed here and there in the next months, so if you need maximum stability right now, 1.4.1 is still the one to use.
I'm planning to release a beta for 1.5.0 in the next weeks. This will be based on current git master.
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