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    Originally Posted by kathyrollo
    Code::Blocks doesn't seem to have any recent update as well though, the latest being November 2012. Still, I'll be keeping it in close standby; installing now. :)
    That's a strange way to judge a project. Not all projects release every barely tested trivial change to the wild immediately, but if you want that you can download the "nightly builds" and you only have to look at the SVN log to see that it is actively developed.

    If you want a productivity tool, you don't really want it changing underneath your work every day - you need stability.

    12.11 2012-12-13
    10.05 2011-01-05
    8.02 2008-03-02

    Note the yy.mm version numbering scheme.

    Long release cycles are the norm for this project and not indicative of lack of development, but rather of stability and the introduction of significant improvements with each release.
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    It's strange how my comment was taken, lol. I was just stating my observation about long update intervals, not really "expecting releases everyday" or "judging the project" haha. :rolleyes:

    Anywho, I'd prefer the stable release over the nightlies for now.
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