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Do you use the source code?
Nope, just the published packages on SourceForge.
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I've checked out the code, but not done much of anything with it.
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 33% [ 2 ]
I use everything built right from the source tree in my workflow.
50%
 50% [ 3 ]
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Xangis
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PostSubject: Source vs. Binaries   Wed 4 Jul - 7:43

I'm curious how many people have played around with the source vs. just using the prepackaged binaries.
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PostSubject: Re: Source vs. Binaries   Fri 6 Jul - 1:11

I use both, been easier to test stuff in bulk when premade but have also been playing around with the source to try and figure out how it works.
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