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Offline SirKnightly

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Nightly: 22 August 2017 - Revision b1b197c
Here is the nightly for 22 August 2017 - Revision b1b197c

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commit 941b729
Author: Lari Nieminen <Mon Aug 21 10:09:18 2017 +0300>
Commit: Lari Nieminen <Mon Aug 21 10:09:18 2017 +0300>

    Fix for a null vector normalization
 code/asteroid/asteroid.cpp | 8 ++++++--
 1 file changed, 6 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)


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Re: Nightly: 22 August 2017 - Revision b1b197c
I guess all subsequent nightlies should be listed as 3.8.1, right?
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Re: Nightly: 22 August 2017 - Revision b1b197c
Should be, yes; I don't think the version bump has actually happened yet, though.
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