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==Test Version==
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Test versions are builds usually designated with the prefix RC, for Release Candidate, TESTx, for TEST (x = number), or by Version Numberx (where x = version number).
 
Test versions are builds usually designated with the prefix RC, for Release Candidate, TESTx, for TEST (x = number), or by Version Numberx (where x = version number).
  
 
There are usually a TON of these before 3DGE hits a stable (and final) release. Early TEST versions are usually incompatible with STABLE releases, including savegames. Some are from different codebases altogether.
 
There are usually a TON of these before 3DGE hits a stable (and final) release. Early TEST versions are usually incompatible with STABLE releases, including savegames. Some are from different codebases altogether.
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==Stable Version==
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Stable releases are usually the last in lineage (for instance, 1.36A-F, with F being "Final" and thus reaching "Stable"). These are the ones that are guaranteed to work as intended.

Revision as of 21:48, 2 October 2014

Test Version

Test versions are builds usually designated with the prefix RC, for Release Candidate, TESTx, for TEST (x = number), or by Version Numberx (where x = version number).

There are usually a TON of these before 3DGE hits a stable (and final) release. Early TEST versions are usually incompatible with STABLE releases, including savegames. Some are from different codebases altogether.

Stable Version

Stable releases are usually the last in lineage (for instance, 1.36A-F, with F being "Final" and thus reaching "Stable"). These are the ones that are guaranteed to work as intended.