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what is 'trunk' in v6apps.openerp.com?

on 6/16/13, 2:17 AM 895 views

if you assume the layout follows a logic it must be something 'newer' then 6.1. maybe this is something like v7 modules in a beta stage?


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Ray Carnes
On 6/18/13, 12:35 AM

Trunk refers to the 'next' version of OpenERP.

The problem is that OpenERP 6.1 was called 'trunk' before it was released. OpenERP 7.0 was called 'trunk' before it was released.

Without knowing the date that this term was written, you can't be sure what it means.

http://v6apps.openerp.com isn't meant for OpenERP 7.0 - you should use http://apps.openerp.com/apps, in which case 'trunk' means the version that will come after OpenERP 7.0!!

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