> On May 10, 2019, at 12:14 PM, Robert Goldman <rpgo...@gmail.com
> Sorry to bother everyone if this is an FAQ, but when I checked Aquamacs.org for nightlies this morning, it looks like there have been none built for more than a month (since March 10, in particular).
> My understanding is that if I am to upgrade to Mojave, I should get a newer version of Aquamacs than 3.4. Is that true?
It’s my fault. The fixes for dealing with gnutls that we need to make change the build process, and there’s a problem related to that for how it works on the master build machine (as opposed to, say, my own system for trying it out). I’m working with David to get that sorted out, and I hope we can have it working in the next few days.
I think it makes since to use the March nightly build for Mojave. The code hasn’t changed much since then.