Post by StefanPendl on Dec 17, 2007 13:21:15 GMT -5
Well, it didn't happen as you all noticed.
Yes, but it is better to have a version where most things are ironed out.
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Post by carlgundel on Dec 17, 2007 23:36:29 GMT -5
How long after RC1 until RB goes up for sale?
The way I've always done this with LB is to do a release candidate and wait a few days for my users tell me about issues they're seeing. Then I decide whether those issues constitute showstopper bugs. If they don't then the RC becomes official.
I have a real advantage with RB over LB in that RB is not shareware. With LB the release has to be very polished indeed. With Run BASIC I can release a new version more frequently even though I should try to minimize this. Existing customers will be able to upgrade to the latest easily.