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Commits and how it works


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Just a question on how does it work every time that there is a new commit. I saw a few posts where there is a problem and then someone makes a commit to fix the problem. How do i get those latest commits? I'm very new to github and all this coding things in general, but ive seen that i could use some of those updates before the real update comes out.

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A "commit" is basically any change to the code on Github. Anything there that hasn't been officially released yet might work, but has not been thoroughly tested, so there could be major bugs or incomplete features. To try things out anyway, the source needs to be compiled. You can either do this yourself with Visual Studio, or find an already built version in the Artifacts of the latest build on my Team City server.

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