However, the developers have no problem with third-party builders posting incremental third-party builds, and since we don't have much time to give back as much as we'd like, we think this would help and it seems the the developers agree. As such, below you will find various links to such builds.
Read the following link if you have an issue with one of these SVN builds.
HOW-TO post about a problem in a useful manner.
DO NOT USE THIS THREAD TO REPORT A PROBLEM WITH THESE BUILDS !
Use separate threads for postings bugs and use the TRAC system to file them properly for developers to look at.
There are currently two build options for the windows version. A DirectX build and an OpenGL build. The DirectX build is the default build and the only officially supported build for Windows from this point forward. 3rd Party Builders, however, are free to build the OpenGL build for as long as they choose and it happens to exist. Use the OpenGL version at your own risk. I am currently no longer providing the GL builds.
Kay.one has made Automatic update client for XBMC. Latest builds are posted to the ftp server that this updater uses. You can still update manually from the links posted in this thread if you like, but the updater application makes it much easier.
Quote:It basically downloads the latest third-party build and updates your local installation, with option to do the update without any user intervention.
Main trunk builds.
These are for manual upgrade, and are the same builds used by XBMCUpdater client.
For all these builds:
If you want to know what has changed between builds or if a particular bug has been fixed, check out the GitHub page.