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Re: Is there a lilypond stable release?

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: Is there a lilypond stable release?
Date: Thu, 12 Sep 2002 10:17:27 +0200

Since the stable 1.6.x series of versions just appeared
a few weeks age, the development and stable versions
are identical for the moment. As soon as the main 
developers want to start any major revisions of the 
program, the versions will split into stable 1.6.x and
development 1.7.x. If I know them right, it might happen 
fairly soon.


>   From http://www.lilypond.org/stable:
> LilyPond has a development version and a stable version. This webpage is
> for the development release. This release contains experimental and
> often buggy code, so use it only if you need special new features. On
> the other hand, stable releases don't change much, and are essentially
> bug-free. You can access the website for the stable releases here.
>   The link on the word "here" returns me to the same page.
>   Daniel
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