The first pre-release build of version 2.0,
v2.0.0-alpha.1 is now available!
- Before you upgrade your primary library to this version, know that it is an unstable, alpha build.
- There almost certainly will be bugs.
- Libraries upgraded to new versions cannot be rolled back to prior versions.
Please read this before continuing: Tried an alpha or beta build, and want to return to the stable version?
For PhotoStructure for Desktops and PhotoStructure for Node, set the environment variable,
PS_LIBRARY, to a temporary directory (like
C:\TEMP\PSTEST) before you launch the alpha build. Here are instructions for how to do this on every platform..
For PhotoStructure for Docker users, change the
/ps/library bind mount to a temp directory.
For PhotoStructure for Desktops: https://photostructure.com/install?alpha
For PhotoStructure for Node:
git checkout alpha.
To return to the stable release,
git stash -u ; git checkout main
For PhotoStructure for Docker: change the image to
photostructure/server:alpha. Remember to
docker pullbefore restarting the container!
I’ll make a “version post” (like this one for version 1.0) before the stable release of v2.0.
Version 2.0 adds a handful of new features including the highest-voted-for feature which lets you like, archive, remove, and delete assets in your library, along with several handfuls of bug fixes and more minor features.
To get a sense of how much is in v2.0 (which took 2 months to build) versus v1.0 (which took 9 months):