[Announce] GnuPG 1.3.91 released (development)
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Fri Oct 22 19:09:20 CEST 2004
I have a small home network comprising of mixed
desktop and laptop machines running Windows XP and
I already have a working gnupg version 1.2.6 which I
downloaded from gnupg site and have compiled myself
without a problem.
Now, Mr. Kai Raven mentioned and encourages to try out
the development release, see below:
> We strongly encourage people to try this development
> report any feedback or problems to
gnupg-devel at gnupg.org.
Compiles and runs without problems under Fedora Core 2
My questions are these:
1. I would like to try out the development version and
compile from source. Since, I have already a working
copy and have compiled myself, how do I upgrade from
version 1.2.6 to 1.3.91 so that I could try out the
I have printed the GNU Privacy Handbook and I don't
seem to find any info on how to make an upgrade.
Should I just make another compile from source? Any
suggestions or URL would be appreciated.
2. Is this development branch stable already?
3. And finally, for my windows desktops, I have found
some info here:
wherein, I have downloaded GnuPG 1.2.5 compiled for
Microsoft Windows and just followed the instructions
Now, likewise for my windows client desktops, I would
like to try out the development version of gnupg for
windows. Is there a working binary for this particular
development version at the gnupg site?
Any suggestions would be highly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
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