we moved the web server for opensg.org to a new machine. The web content
move was very painless, the dailybuild took a little effort due to new
permissions. But I think it's working stable now.
The advantage of the move is more performance but primarily more disc
space (the old machine had only 500 M). Thus the dailybuild has been
expanded to include actual distributions.
If you want to use dailybuild results I would encourage you to use the
distributions, as that allows us to ensure the integrity of the
distributions and build scripts before the actual release.
I also added the fcdEdit build to the distributions, as for Windows
users building this necessitates a Cygwin installation, which not
everybody is able and/or willing to do. In the course of this the
Windows dailybuild QT version has also been switched to 3.12.
Hope it helps
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