I submit that something like this go in the sticky section:
Although a stable release of Juce is available as a download package, Juce is an evolving class library, with rapid bugfixes and incremental improvements.
As opposed to many projects, where the source control ‘tip’ is the bleeding edge, and used mainly by the internal developers, the Juce tip is generally stable, and can be used as the base for new projects. Using it will minimize the number of problems you find, and make it easier for other users to help you, as most of us - AFAICT - are working on a very current version.
Juce is primarily created by one developer, with feedback from many users, and Jules tends to only commit code changes that he has checked thoroughly, and he documents the less tested areas as they get added.
So, please consider using the latest code from the GIT repository. This link to juce on sourceforge has some helpful tips and the GIT details needed. http://juce.git.sourceforge.net/git/gitweb.cgi?p=juce/juce;a=summary, or if you already use GIT, then: