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dCloud Previous D7...

Postby Marshall » Fri May 03, 2013 3:33 pm

Can you reverse the list for previous versions...currently you have to scroll to the bottom to see the most current release.
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Re: dCloud Previous D7...

Postby Nick » Sat May 04, 2013 2:10 pm

lol the easiest request yet! And certainly a sensible one. I just recently pruned down on the number of recent versions so it shouldn't be that bad now for those of you who don't like scrolling ;)

Ever since I wrote a tool to one-click automate everything from post-compile operations to zipping/uploading D7 to my webserver and renaming the previously uploaded archive, I've been collecting quite a lot of D7 revisions there!
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Re: dCloud Previous D7...

Postby Marshall » Sat May 04, 2013 2:14 pm

maybe consider capping it at 10 revisions, and add a link that points to an archive list on your site? I would hate to see how many would be cluttered there in a few years..hundreds of revisions, maybe more?
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Re: dCloud Previous D7...

Postby Nick » Sat May 04, 2013 5:12 pm

good idea, I've been wondering about how long to go before release. Maybe a set number of days without notice of something that degrades stability. Also, I can link to older revisions off of the same download link on the main D7 page. I like that.
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