Native Access should check buildnumbers as well

DJ-Andre
DJ-Andre Member Posts: 68 Helper

Hi,

Is it possible to let Native Access check for buildnumbers as well. At this moment Native Access seems to check if version x.y.z. is the same as the latest GA update. It doesn't check if x.y.z.* is the latest GA build.

For example:

Traktor 3.10 RC has build 67 while 3.10 final has build 71. A small change but as the changelog is not modified to reflect changes in build 71, most people won't know they are running an older version unless NA will show the final update once it is released.


Notice: I couldn't find a similar request like this. Should there be a similar request, feel free to close or merge.

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  • Jeremy_NI
    Jeremy_NI Customer Care Posts: 8,916 mod
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    Hey @DJ-Andre To my knowledge, this only happens with beta versions. Were you part of the Traktor beta? Official releases always have distinct version numbers.

    I will ask confirmation to the Native Access team but I do not think that this is something that will get implemented. In the meantime, if you have beta versions installed, you will have to simply use "reinstall" in NA when the RC is released to get that version installed.

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  • Jeremy_NI
    Jeremy_NI Customer Care Posts: 8,916 mod
    Answer ✓

    Hey @DJ-Andre To my knowledge, this only happens with beta versions. Were you part of the Traktor beta? Official releases always have distinct version numbers.

    I will ask confirmation to the Native Access team but I do not think that this is something that will get implemented. In the meantime, if you have beta versions installed, you will have to simply use "reinstall" in NA when the RC is released to get that version installed.

  • DJ-Andre
    DJ-Andre Member Posts: 68 Helper

    Hi @Jeremy_NI,

    Thank you for replying. It's true this happens with beta's/RC's. The reason i ask for this is you want to be sure the marjority is on the latest version. If NA shows no update and 9 times out of 10 the RC is released as final, many testers won't update to the final because they don't know.

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