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Eric Rostetter eric.rostetter@physics.utexas.edu
Fri, 13 Sep 2002 17:36:07 -0500

Quoting Jan Schneider <jan@ammma.de>:

>   Log:
>   Bump version numbers. We very likely will never have x.x.1 releases.

Hmmm.  Actually, I was kind of planning to release them that way for sork.
Had hoped to have done it already, but haven't had time...

What's the opinion on this?  For minor changes, should we use x.y or x.y.z

I can live with either one, just so we're all in agreement.

I'm from the old school, where things were x.y.z-n releases. I've been
lost for years now that "we" have no standard naming scheme (e.g. Window 3.1,
Windows 98, Windows NT/ME/XP, Windows .Net, etc)

Eric Rostetter
The Department of Physics
The University of Texas at Austin

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