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module versions Binary versus Trunk

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larrytek
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I notice there are several differences in the included modules for binary builds versus the trunk and preview3 source. My information comes from the administrators page at http://server:8080

- There are some 53 modules in the binary build vs 45 modules in the source

- Versions in binary build on most (if not all) modules are 1.0 - 1.1 vs 0.5 in the source

It appears to me the binary has newer versions than even the trunk. Am I incorrect in my observation?

If this is true, what is the best/easiest way to move the modules from the Binary build to the Trunk? Thanks!

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larrytek
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Joined: 2009-02-05

ok, thanks for the explanations, It is more clear to me now.

kaplanj
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The extra modules in the binary build are from the wonderland-modules workspace. See this tutorial for how to check out and include these modules in your binary build:

http://wiki.java.net/bin/view/Javadesktop/ProjectWonderlandDownloadBuild...

Trunk always has the very latest version of the code. The nightly binary build is built from trunk, so the binary will never be newer than the trunk.

I just downloaded the latest nightly build from here:

http://download.java.net/lg3d/wonderland/daily-0.5-dev/2010-02-22/

I can confirm that the version numbers match those in trunk -- almost all the modules are version 0.5. If you have the latest nightly build, but have different module versions, you may need to remove your ~/.wonderland-server directory and start fresh.

bernard_horan
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source trunk always has the latest version of modules. The confusion may be due to the fact that we renumbered the module versions recently, to try to be consistent with core... see

http://forums.java.net/jive/thread.jspa?messageID=382835&#382835

hope this helps

Bernard