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Discussion in 'Cyanogenmod' started by winner00, Jan 20, 2011.
Been living under a rock?
^I'm still seeing #32 most recent
I think #31 was RC3, if not it was definitely #32
RCs are released for all devices at the same time. It is up to the individual maintainers to actually build the RC for each device, but the build numbers are updated regardless of whether a maintainers build that RC. For instance the first RC built for the Droid was RC2.
Not out officailly for the OG Droid.
We dont see it cause CVPVS has not built it yet. RC 3 and 4 only graced the N1 and NS. Not out officially for the OG Droid.
Winner's build is RC3.
Yeah... so it's #32 for CM nightlies.
Well now Winner has his billed labeled RC4.
Nice! Time to try it out
...way too broad of a thread
*edit I was referring to the fact that 40% of the time it's winners, ,55% it's CMD1, & 5% CMDinc.
Well I consider it ready for the OG Droid when it's pushed out in Rom Manager under Cyanogenmod section. Not the nightlies. So far it is only up to RC2. Same on CM website. They don't reference anything higher than RC2 in the OG Droid area. I'm gonna try out Winners RC4 release too!.
The only difference between a nightly and an RC is that the RC is built by the maintainer instead of the buildbot, and has a different name. Nightly #32 is the same as RC3 code wise, and nightly #33 will be the same as RC4 code wise. They just aren't labeled as an RC for the Droid (and other devices) because the code hasn't reached a point of stability that the maintainer feels is deserving of being called an RC (that or the maintainer just isn't active right now). There are many people who wouldn't consider putting a nightly on their phone because it is experimental and unstable, but will put something called a Release Candidate on it because someone has said it is stable enough to be a candidate for official release. Likewise there are those who won't consider putting an RC on their phone because it isn't an official, completed release.
Its pretty much just semantics.