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  • goa pride
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  • db1989
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Reply #1
Directly from that very page:
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ALPHA builds should not be used for archival[;] they are for testing only.
A little bit of basic reading can take you a long way. Another free pointer: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Software_rele...ife_cycle#Alpha

  • ShotCaller
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Reply #2
Weird, never noticed that before on RareWares...  does anyone know what is different from this and 3.99(.5)? And what ever happened to that weird 4.0 alpha that was sitting there for years?

  • db1989
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Reply #3
does anyone know what is different from this and 3.99(.5)?
Assuming you mean the specific changes that took it into alpha phase, none are yet listed on the official changelog, but you may be able to view details of the relevant changes in the CVS repository.

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And what ever happened to that weird 4.0 alpha that was sitting there for years?
I think it has lapsed into abandonware as Takehiro (who forked it) is no longer actively developing, but I welcome any correction if this is not the case.

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Reply #4
what is the improvement?
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WinMP3Packer all-in-one [32bit and 64bit]     https://bit.ly/1PAtMS1
MP3Suite.bat customizable [64bit encoders]   https://bit.ly/1ZVOVxx

  • john33
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Reply #5
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And what ever happened to that weird 4.0 alpha that was sitting there for years?
I think it has lapsed into abandonware as Takehiro (who forked it) is no longer actively developing, but I welcome any correction if this is not the case.

I believe your comment to be entirely accurate.
John
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