I just inadvertently created forum spam by using the standard JUCE distro rather than GitHub bleeding edge.
For anyone who hasn't yet realised this, it is just a few clicks to sort out:
- 'github juce' into Google and download to /foo
- with your existing project in your existing ProJucer, config pane -> modules, choose the first one and change its path (/foo/modules)
- go back again to viewing all modules, ensure the first one is selected, and click 'set paths for all modules'
- file -> save project and open in IDE
Also if you ever wish to update again, obviously you can just replace /foo. I think it's possible to get a local copy of a github repo to sync with a single terminal command.
But I wonder: if there is considerable forum spam & ROLI time lost due to people not using bleeding-edge, maybe it might make sense to have the ProJucer maintain a local bleeding-edge mirror, and maybe even using that by default. It could automatically check once a day for changes.
It would certainly be nice feature! To be able to toggle between stable and edge.