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Do any of you can tell me how I can upgrade from version "8.0rc1" to version "8.0 stable" from Github?
I tried with "git pull" but I'm still says version 8.0rc1
Thank you in advance
Essential assumtion is that you clone from odoo repo in github not install from package (manager, i.e). Usually, just
is suffice, but it depends on how you first clone the project. That command is shortcut to "git pull origin master", the origin should refer to odoo repo in github (https://github.com/odoo/odoo), and master is default branch. To check repo url, run
git remote -v
Normally it should list odoo github repo and the name of that repo (origin). The 'origin' name is optional, it can be anyting you specified. That command can give you a clue about source of your local repo.
To check available branch, run
git branch -a
It should list local and remote branch. If available, branch "remotes/origin/8.0" should be there.
My simple workflow is something like this. (assume currently available is version 8.0rc1)
> git clone https://github.com/odoo/odoo
> cd odoo
> git pull
(pull the final 8.0 version)
> git checkout -b 8.0 origin/8.0
That will switch local repo to branch 8.0.
> cat openerp/release.py | grep version_info
to check "version_info = (8, 0, 0, FINAL, 0)" is available, hence local repo is in sync with branch 8.0 final version.
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|Asked: 9/20/14, 5:12 AM|
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|Last updated: 3/16/15, 8:10 AM|