~hristoast/modding-openmw.com

73127102ab91f1f66d0a4937e190d032a7800c71 — Hristos N. Triantafillou 9 days ago bfcc5c7
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  <h3 id="should-i"><a href="#should-i">Should I Use An Unreleased Build?</a></h3>

  <p>To install a dev build with the latest features, follow the directions under the "Unreleased Builds" heading on <a href="https://openmw.org/downloads/">the official OpenMW downloads page</a>.</p>
  <p>To install a unreleased build with the latest features, follow the directions under the "Unreleased Builds" heading on <a href="https://openmw.org/downloads/">the official OpenMW downloads page</a>.</p>

  <p>Dev builds are mentioned above as an install option, however you should prefer an actual release build unless you know you have a reason not to.</p>
  <p>unreleased builds are mentioned above as an install option, however you should prefer an actual release build unless you know you have a reason not to.</p>

  <p>The dev builds contain the latest features, as well as the latest bugs.  Release builds are older but much more battle-tested, so you can expect fewer unknown problems.</p>
  <p>The unreleased builds contain the latest features, as well as the latest bugs.  Release builds are older but much more battle-tested, so you can expect fewer unknown problems.</p>

  <p>Users of dev builds are always needed; this is how bugs are found and subsequently fixed.  But unless you are OK with possible breakage and/or bug reporting, you will want to go with a stable build.</p>
  <p>Users of unreleased builds are always needed; this is how bugs are found and subsequently fixed.  But unless you are OK with possible breakage and/or bug reporting, you will want to go with a stable build.</p>

  {% include "main-nav.html" with cur_page="gs-install" prev_link=False next_link=False %}