Installation Change Frequency

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  1. Brian
    Brian avatar
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    May 2012

    Posted 16 Jul 2012 Link to this post

    I work at a fairly large company with a large and very procedurally driven IT department.  I got the JustDecompile approved and installed about a month or so ago, but after having to have my machine reimaged due to some other recent issues, the reinstall acknowledged that there was a newer installation available and sent us to the web site for download.  Because of our procedures, this can cause us problems if we don't keep up with it.  The problems will result in our desktop folks not installing because there has been an untested and unapproved change to the install and has left us without the ability to use the previousl tested and approved setup and occurred without warning. 

    With all this said, is there a preset schedule for these changes?  If not, are there any plans for a preset schedule?  And if not in both cases, is there any way to warn folks ahead of time that an update is eminent?
  2. Vladi
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    Posted 18 Jul 2012 Link to this post

    Hello Brian,

    Thank you for your feedback. The only certain dates that we have are for our official major Q releases which are scheduled for every 4 months. So our next major release will be in the middle of October.

    Unfortunately we don't have strict schedule for the other builds but for sure we have at least one or two new versions every month. So if it is fine with you and your company you can schedule tests for new version every one or two months (and there certainly will be new version of JustDecompile to be tested at that time). Also if you need old and tested version you can always refer to the list with previous releases of JustDecompile here:

    Please let me know if you have other questions or need further help.

    Kind regards,
    the Telerik team

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