possibly another silly question, but for those us who checkout the libs via SVN. how exactly do we ensure we get the same libs as what curse will package?
im fairly sure theres no equivalent to tags:latest in SVN (or is there?) so should i just hardcode the version i want to use via tags instead of using the trunk? and then keep an eye on lib versions?
also, does tags:latest just pick up the latest tag regardless of "type" (alpha/beta/release)?
i suppose im just wondering that as the libs are auto updating when loaded in game it shouldnt matter too much if i specify a particular tag to use as it'll auto upgrade within minor point releases and will allow me to test first when a major point release is released (i just have to remember to change the pkgmeta and my svn properties to the new major version), whereas if i used tags:latest i could get anything at all.
it just seems that using tags:latest might not be the best way to go (its pretty much the same as using trunk - tags dont always mean release worthy code, theyre just a certain point on the codestream) but using tags:xxxxx would be more robust as at least then you'll know what youre going to get.