My apologies if you get this message more than once, but there's a
somewhat unusual situation in gretl development right now.
We've introduced a number of quite ambitious changes since the 2022b
release, and despite our best efforts at testing these seem to carry
some risk (including the risk of gretl crashing in some cases).
Temporarily, therefore, I've introduced a distinction between what
we might call "mainline" updates (pure bug fixes and other innocuous
things) and "bleeding edge" updates (promising speed-up of some
functionality but, for now, risky).
Until further notice the gretl "master" git branch will be the
mainline, and snapshots for Windows and Mac will be produced from
it. If you're building gretl yourself and wish to experiment with
the bleeding edge, please use the "more_compilation" git branch.
We don't expect this bifurcation to last for very long: as they say,
"Normal service will be resumed as soon as possible".
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