On the Version page, you will notice how the Extensions section is now split into Core Extensions and Custom Extensions. This gives RRT a quick way to check the packages available in core Extensions.
The "Download .MSI" option has been moved to the top toolbar together with the version preferences. There are two locations where the MSI can be downloaded from; Europe and China. Below the toolbar are two buttons for adding builds and first aids to a version.
There are four tabs available on the Version page: Builds, First Aids, Revisions and History.
This tab shows all available builds for the selected version. The number next to the tab title denotes the number of builds added to this version:
This tab show all available first aids for the selected version. The number next to the tab title denotes the number of first aid builds added to this version:
This tab shows the revisions available for the selected version. The number next to the tab title denotes the number of revisions available. The "In View" label indicates that the revision is the current one shown in the Builds and First Aids tabs while the "Active" label indicates that the revision is currently used as the active version:
Traditionally, versions are unique within a distribution. The version string reflects the CET Runtime that is contained within. A new version is created if the version of the CET Runtime changes due to user actions. Other build changes do not increment the version number and are applied to the same version.
Revisioning is a system to allow a version to track incremental changes of itself; think of it like versioning of a version. When a new version is created due to CET Runtime changes, it is assigned the revision 0. The CET Developer Administrators may introduce one or more revisions to an existing version if it deems necessary. The revision number increments by one while the version string stays the same. For example, 11-5-4-64-bit rev. 0, 11-5-4-64-bit rev. 1, and so on.
Builds added or removed from a revision do not affect other revisions. To ensure that you are always working with the latest revision, the version list on the Distribution Page links to the latest revision of each version. However, active version links will take you to the active revision instead. If you would like to view or work with a different revision, you could do so by navigating to the Version Page and then clicking the revision links in the Revisions tab.
This tab lists the full activity log for the selected version with activities such as adding or deleting builds, and creating revisions:
Version Preferences page
On the Version Preferences page, you can select the checkbox to redirect to this version:
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