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What is the status of v7.03?


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On Github I found the master branch of php-fusion is v7.03 (php-fusion v7.03), but not recall an announcement on this.
So I did a search here on main and find:
When PHP-Fusion v8 RC1 - Locked
PHP-Fusion 7.03.00 Announcement - Locked

Both locked, so I have to start a new thread. :x

Here on main php-fusion v7.02.07 is still the latest final download, so I guess v7.03 is still beta. Is there any progress after 6 months? Will this be released soon as final version? Or has development been halted in favour of v9?

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Or has development been halted in favour of v9?
- by Wanabo


I think this is the case and 7.03 will not be released if I know well.
7.02.07 has code changes since release though, but I have not made any effort to pin them down. Just compare file dirs, there are differences. I can do this because I have the 2013 release stored, and can compare to a recent download, both from the SF repository. Code changes.
7.03 was the dev name of 9 before we decided to called it 9.
The MIME have been updated frequently to the Git resp for 7.02.07.
Github sure need some cleaning, but don´t confuse Github vs SF.
What we have on github may or my not be released, it is our development tool and not our distribution tool.

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What we have on github may or my not be released, it is our development tool and not our distribution tool.


Yep :)

Thing is our Dev team owns Github, and we needed a total freedom to build and remove as we go. It changes by the minute 365 forever and ever.. you know, where all the fun is.

If we want to download a CMS, the official latest build package is here - https://www.php-fusion.co.uk/downloads.php?cat_id=23&file_id=264 - it is linked to Sourceforge. Dev's are forbid to tinker anything here, so it's always reliable.

Other than for the beta testing purposes for branch 9.00 yes -- half developers go to the 9.00 branch to pick a copy and test, and it's a seriously good tool for us developer collaborating with each other and make reference. For the 7.03 - Domi said it. Both he and I worked out 9.00 base on that, and marked for 9.00 after 30 days each of us. I needed that copy to conveniently make a quick diff compare and referencing Lines with each other for discussion purposes only.
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