Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 849259
Gobby is outdated since 2 years
Last modified: 2016-09-19 22:43:44 EDT
fedora 17 provides a old version 0.4 but the latest stable version is 0.5.2 ! Please update gobby http://gobby.0x539.de/trac/
thanks a lot
sorry i read it to fast:
- Gobby 0.5 (development version)
- 2012-03-25: libinfinity 0.5.2 released
when i read http://gobby.0x539.de/trac/wiki/Download
it seem the latest stable release is 0.4.94
srpms : http://bioinfornatics.fedorapeople.org/gobby-0.4.94-5.fc17.src.rpm
The gobby download page lists 0.4.12 as "stable" and 0.4.94 as "current." So perhaps it is upstream that needs to get their act together?
The site claims Ubuntu ships "0.5" (which I presume means 0.4.94), but it appears that recent versions of Ubuntu ship 0.4.13.
0.4.13 is indeed the latest tag on their master branch in git. It is only a few commits past 0.4.12, despite the 2+ year gap. Mostly translations. 0.4.94 is on the gobby-infinote branch.
Just to report they are no code update since 23 months
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