On Sun, Apr 15, 2012 at 7:37 PM, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Currently, the TSVN version is 1.7.6 while svn is at 1.7.4. So we're two
> micro versions apart.
> This apparently causes some problems on the svn mailing lists.
> It was suggested that svn therefore would skip two micro versions for
> their next release to catch up with TSVN, but that suggestion was
> rejected. Instead TSVN should instead change its version numbering to
> avoid confusion.
> The discussion on the svn dev list is here:
> So instead of our next release being 1.7.7, it would be 1.7.6-2 and when
> svn 1.7.7 gets out, we would be at 1.7.6-3, and finally with svn 1.7.8
> we then would also be at 1.7.8.
> I'm not sure if this won't cause problems for us, since our users are
> used to only three digit numbers and might overlook the '-2' when
> reporting issues.
> So what do you think? Should we change our version numbering? Or just go
> on as we did before?
I'd leave everything as it is. I've read the thread on the svn-dev list,
and it seems that
this is being raised to solve user ignorance.
As long as the major versions match, I think that's best TSVN shouldn't
adjust it's version numbering to match it's upstream suppliers, just as svn
need to adjust it's version numbering to match downstream consumers.
Just my 0.02c
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Received on 2012-04-15 22:57:36 CEST