So I guess I'd better not disturb you any more !SGrogan Wrote;
I'm working on a x64 build now.
Win-x64 build is up! Have funIanP wrote:So I guess I'd better not disturb you any more !
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AFAIK this is only possible with the Daily Builds PPA, a repository on Launchpad.net for Ubuntu users which is currently off because of a Launchpad bug. On Windows you have to download new builds, unless you compile FreeCAD yourself. Afterward the compilation is incremental and does not take long.IanP wrote:I think that I read a little while ago that it is possible to load the development version in such a way that any new commits get downloaded automatically. Is this true, and if so how should I do it?