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cPanel Changelog Does Not Make Any Sense

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by DjiXas, Feb 26, 2012.

  1. DjiXas

    DjiXas Well-Known Member

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    I'm not sure what you mean. It's easy to determine what changes are present in a given cPanel tier.

    See this page: Downloads - cPanel Inc.

    If your chosen cPanel tier (STABLE, RELEASE, CURRENT, or EDGE) has a version that is equal to or newer than the version you found the fix/implementation for in the change log, than that tier contains that fix.

    For Example...

    Say you want to know what tiers contain the fix from case 57190. Case 57190 is resolved in cPanel 11.31.4.5. As of this posting, the versions for each cPanel tier are:

    STABLE 11.30.6.3
    RELEASE 11.30.6.3
    CURRENT 11.32.1.3
    EDGE 11.32.1.3

    Since CURRENT/EDGE's version are newer than 11.31.4.5, and STABLE/RELEASE's version are older, then only CURRENT/EDGE contain that fix at this time.

    Does this help clarify?

    A given cPanel version is always the same, regardless what tier it's on. This means STABLE/RELEASE are *identical* as of this posting and CURRENT/EDGE are *identical* as of this posting.
     
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