Is possible known in advance which release of a package go on the stable branch?
As example i take the package firefox.
If i take a look at the repository for the actual stable release:
i see that now is present:
While if i take a look at the openports mozilla-firefox is present the 9.
Essentially i would like known if each time there is a new stable release the release of a package included on it is taken from the last release present on openports or using other system.
Or perhaps exist a way for see over the web with packages are actually present on the current release?
Last edited by aleunix; 15th February 2012 at 09:20 AM.
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