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Hello I am a debian linux user. I wanted to have a look at how the new OpenERP looks like. But the only stable link I have seend from their documentation is the 7.0 nightly repository. Should I use the dev repository or use github options.
You want to have a look at the 8.0 version? It's not released yet, but you can download it at the download page and indeed use trunk (dev). There should be a nightly build there, but I think recently people slept at night, as the latest version is of April 17th.
You could also use github and build it yourself. That one is most actual. I am curious whether people did that recently and whether it contains a lot of changes compared to April 17th version. E.g. that one is still "OpenERP" branded instead of Odoo.
As far as I know, 8.0 will be released in the beginning of July. So probably then the nightly builds will be updated again and it will move from dev to a proper 8.0.
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