OctoPrint has reached 1.2.0 stable ! Originally shared by OctoPrint New release:

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(ThantiK) #1

OctoPrint has reached 1.2.0 stable!

Originally shared by OctoPrint

New release: 1.2.0

The day has finally arrived, I’m declaring 1.2.0 as stable :slight_smile: Just pushed and tagged 1.2.0 on the master branch, no “-RC” postfix on this one :wink:

Release Notes are here: https://github.com/foosel/OctoPrint/releases/tag/1.2.0
More details on what’s in there can be found in the announcement post for the first release candidate: https://plus.google.com/+OctoprintOrg/posts/czVKSZa39TB

Next step is supporting @Guy_Sheffer in any way I can to push out a new OctoPi version including that ASAP. And of course getting back into full-blown development mode to make everything even better :wink:

Until then you can find the update instructions for getting your OctoPrint version on your OctoPi installation upgraded in the FAQ: https://github.com/foosel/OctoPrint/wiki/FAQ#how-can-i-update-the-octoprint-installation-on-my-octopi-image

(Matthew Satterlee) #2

Still no Debian package though… :hushed:

(ThantiK) #3

Build it from source. There’s no reason not to.

(Matthew Satterlee) #4

IMO having a .deb package would expand the user base and ease some of the initial configuration issues that users run into.

I’m currently learning to package with FreeCAD so maybe I’ll try my hand at packaging @OctoPrint too! :slight_smile: