2.1. Open edX Maple Release

This section describes how to install the Open edX Maple release.

2.1.1. What’s Included in Maple

The Open edX Maple release contains several new features for learners, course teams, and developers. For more information, see the Open edX Platform Release Notes.

2.1.2. What Is the Maple Git Tag?

A git tag identifies the version of Open edX code that is the Maple release. About three dozen repositories are tagged as part of an Open edX release. Many other repositories are installed as dependencies of those repositories. You can find the most up-to-date git tag for Maple on the Open edX Named Releases page.

2.1.3. Installing the Maple Release

TODO: Write this for Tutor.

Maple releases have git tag names like open-release/maple.1. The available names are detailed on the Open edX Named Releases page.

2.1.4. Upgrading from the Koa Release

TODO: This needs to be written for Tutor.

2.1.5. Upgrading to a Subsequent Maple Release

Occasionally, we release updates to Maple. For example, the second release of Maple will be open-release/maple.2. The steps to upgrade differ based on your original installation method.

2.1.5.1. Upgrading a Docker Installation

Devstack is installed using Docker. To upgrade from one Maple release to another, follow the instructions in devstack.

2.1.5.2. Upgrading a Native Installation

If you installed Open edX using the Open edX Native Installation, you can upgrade from one Maple release to another by re-running those steps using your desired Maple tag as the new value for OPENEDX_RELEASE.