I hope this question is not too silly…
I remember in 2018 for quite long time I could use git-version and the official branch in parallel.
Which was nice, when you know, what you are doing…
Somehow near August 2018 it was then the time, the official branch didn’t want to accept the library any more and I was fine, as git was proven stable for my use case.
Now this happened already in early March. I know it’s documented but late at night I would have needed a red blinking stopsign at start-up. Good to have a backup-NAS (and btw. close dt when you go to sleep, or you have a locked library.db in the backup folder, which cannot be imported )
Besides RTFM, is there a cool way to realize before start, it’s time to change the library.db?
BTW: I do the git pull with a simple bash-script
Thanks in advance