Main goal of Merchant’s Edition was to continue the then excellent thirty bees project. It had been a shame if that had vanished due to internal conflicts and key persons jumping ship.
Interestingly enough, not long after Merchant’s Edition emerged, thirty bees suddenly woke up and made a release. Given this, the problem of a uncertain project future was solved. This sudden revitalization of thirty bees also achieved Merchant’s Edition’s main goal, continuation of the project. As maintaining and developing yet another PrestaShop derivative made little sense, Merchant’s Edition development was halted.
Here are all releases ever done:
|Merchant’s Edition||Release package|
|Version 1.9.0||merchantsedition-v1.9.0.zip (44 MiB)|
|Version 1.9.1||merchantsedition-v1.9.1.zip (44 Mib)|
|Version 1.9.2||merchantsedition-v1.9.2.zip (41 MiB)|
|Core Updater||Release package|
|Version 2.0.0||coreupdater-v2.0.0.zip (0.1 MiB)|
In case you want to continue Merchant’s Edition development, here are the Git repositories:
|Project||Git repository package|
|Merchant’s Edition||merchantsedition.git.tar.gz (168 MiB)|
|Core Updater||coreupdater.git.tar.gz (0.3 MiB)|
These are bare repositories, like the ones used on Git servers. To make a
user repository from that, do this on the command line (likewise for
tar -xvzf merchantsedition.git.tar.gz mkdir merchantsedition mv merchantsedition.git merchantsedition/.git cd merchantsedition git config --unset core.bare git checkout
That’s what I have for you, thank you for the great journey!