Either being lazy or overly careful... I downloaded 4.30 in early June. Since then there have been numerous 'commits' to git hub. So, not being familiar with git hub, if I download 4.30 again today will I get those updates?
I guess asked differently, how do I get the latest version of 4.30 that has all of the commits?
No, the new commits are for 4.40. You can't download a no-source version that has them . If you need them, you need to get the source code version of 4.30 and apply the new commits (that you need) manually, and then rebuild the solution (with Visual Studio)
Thank you New York. I don't have any problems working with the source and Visual Studio so that might be the route to go. So the version of 4.30 that I downloaded in May is still the same code as what is available to download today?