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New FAHClient in the Works

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Posted · Original PosterOP

It will likely take a while to update the client as it needs to be migrated to Python3 or some other tool that can be supported in Windows, OS-X and Linux and they will want to do lots of testing before releasing it into the wild.

 

I suspect that it may arrive in time for widespread use of OpenMM 22 on Work Units.

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Nice! But besides that I haven’t had to much struggle with V7 on Mac and Win


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Will users have to manually download the new client,or is there a "Check for Updates feature" built within the client?


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2 hours ago, TVwazhere said:

Will users have to manually download the new client,or is there a "Check for Updates feature" built within the client?

i guess they probbaly push the update when it goes live, but in the worst scenario reinstalling the client isn't too much of a hassle imo.


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1 hour ago, RollinLower said:

i guess they probbaly push the update when it goes live, but in the worst scenario reinstalling the client isn't too much of a hassle imo.

So there is a system in place to push updates to the client? 😮

Dient know that. How does it work and how to be sure everything works afterwards. Idd like to update and test it by myself...


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12 minutes ago, Metallus97 said:

So there is a system in place to push updates to the client? 😮

Dient know that. How does it work and how to be sure everything works afterwards. Idd like to update and test it by myself...

key word here being

1 hour ago, RollinLower said:

guess

 


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58 minutes ago, RollinLower said:

key word here being

 

Welllll ok lol. But i really dont think they have that in place. With those infrequent Client releases why bother to build a update process. Updates to the Cores and everything connected to processing are done and working anyway...


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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 hours ago, Metallus97 said:

So there is a system in place to push updates to the client? 😮

Dient know that. How does it work and how to be sure everything works afterwards. Idd like to update and test it by myself...

Nope. New client means a reinstall

 

They have to support Windows, MAC and Linux, all with one part-time developer

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