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Software update 2018.26 3bbd9fd

Discussion in 'Model S' started by tktktk, Jul 25, 2018.

  1. tktktk

    tktktk Member

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    S100d got this update today. I've only had it for a few minutes and won't be able to drive until later....

    -Only noticeable update is to charging screen. Will update more on AP later
     

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    Ouch....that time remaining to charge!
     
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  3. JasonA-EV

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    More like "OUCH! that voltage!"

    Sag much?
     
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  5. Daniellane

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    Noticed that 2018.26.3 appeared.
    Not on TeslaFi, though.
    I’m guessing it’s not real and that someone entered a “.” Erroneously where a space should be and others are piling on.
    Can anyone confirm that 2018.26.3 exists.
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  6. SR-75

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    I received & updated to Version: 2018.26 3... this morning. Was notified last night "Software update is available.
     
  7. Daniellane

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    So not 2018.26.3?
    2018.26 3bbd9fd?
    Right?
     
  8. arcus

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    Correct - got it this morning as well.
     
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    LOL. @Daniellane -- I believe its just error. People are not reading closely and just selecting the first pull down. @HankLloydRight can you fix before this keeps snowballing?
     
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    I too have selected 26.3 because this was the closest option available on TeslaFi.
     
  11. boaterva

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    All these people are picking 26.3 because they don't see the space after the 26... <sigh> This has happened before. There is no 2018.26.3 on TeslaFi because TeslaFi is automatic entry and can't be wrong (99.9999% of the time). This is 2018.26 3b..... If you don't see it on TeslaFi after a day or so, it doesn't exist, sorry!

    Yeah, paging @HankLloydRight, perhaps you can move all these people back to 2018.26 on ev-fw? :D I think it already has snowballed. How can so many people be wrong?! (Meaning, the more people pick it, the more will pick it. I saw the one a few days ago, now we have 21!)

    In case it's not clear, ev-fw does not use the hashcodes. You look at the first part only.

    I wish Tesla Development would get off this hashcode kick. :confused:
     
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  12. ErnieG

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    Well, my Model S 90D update is to 2018.26.3bbd9fd not 2018.26 .3bbd9fd

    Ernie
     
  13. SR-75

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    #13 SR-75, Jul 25, 2018
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    Right, 2018.26 3bbd9fd. Not 2018.26.3 The "26.3" should not have the period. But you are correct and now I see that the thread was renamed to what your asking.
     
  14. boaterva

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    There’s no period. The last seven digits are irrelevant. They are the programmer’s hashcode and are not part of the version. Tesla started this confusing practice about a year ago and we have no idea why.

    If you think the period is there, look at your app again. The version is there at the bottom of the page. No period. I’m on the same version.

    The part that counts is 2018.26
     
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  15. tktktk

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    Hah! 8 hours later I made it to 86%!! ;)
    Charging at work is slow......but free.
     
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  17. Bebop

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    Possibly the final update before 9.0?
     
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  18. MarcusMaximus

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    Obviously not official, but the reason why seems pretty clear to me: so it’s trivial to check out the exact code corresponding with a particular build for debugging problems found in the field. Pretty much everywhere I’ve worked, some problem comes up with some version in the field and ~20 minutes is spent cross referencing external build numbers with internal build numbers with actual commits. If I were a SW engineer at Tesla, that’d be more like 5 seconds.
     
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  19. HankLloydRight

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    All fixed! I was busy all day.
     
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  20. mookhead

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    I'm sure this is a benefit, but it's very easy to use version numbers (lay down a tag in github, for example). I suspect it has more to do with obfuscating the development process - when version numbers are used, lots of forums like this one descend into numerology (how many versions since the last release? is it a major or minor release?).

    As long as they don't start calling releases "Startled Panda" etc, I'm good :)
     
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