Git pull gets 1.4.4 instead of dev-branch/trunk
I put this in linux problems too but I’m not sure if this is a better spot
Went to update to the latest version of FOG and did a git pull and it seems to have installed 1.4.4 instead of the new RC. Did I miss a change in the update process?
@tom-elliott This is the part I didn’t know when I restarted. Im back on 1.5 and good now.
Recloning the repository will get you to the
masterbranch which is 1.4.4 currently.
@astrugatch Well that is down right strange. It sounds like something got messed up in your or “the” git repository. But either way, I’m glad you have it sorted out.
It installed 1.4.4 and I got the old UI. But after doing that and switching branches again (weird as I was already on dev-branch) I’m getting the 1.5.0 RC10 installer again. No idea what happened.
@astrugatch Well then we are a bit beyond my knowledge then.
Just out of curiosity, does rerunning the install script after switching to the dev branch actually install 1.4.4 or does the installer just say 1.4.4 (like the devs missed updating text in the installer)?
I was already on the dev-branch. I was on RC9, thats why I’m confused. Heck I even deleted trunk and re downloaded:
git clone https://github.com/fogproject/fogproject.git fog_1.5.0/
and I’m still getting a 1.4.4 installer
You will always get the latest stable version if you are on the master branch.
To switch to the dev branch, navigate to the root of where your git pull is at and then issue the following command.
git checkout dev-branch
If/when you wan to switch back to the main branch issue the following command.
git checkout master
Then rerun the installer.