Re: SVN version numbering
From: Winston Smith <smith_winston_6079_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2018 11:10:10 +0000
What does the prefix "1." mean
Major versions are usually used to denote API versions. It is expected that on at least some level, all minor revisions of version 1 are somewhat compatible to each other, bar new features introduced in later minor revisions. Conversely, there is no expectation that SVN 2.X is in any way compatible with SVN 1.X. This way, a software is future-proof in the sense that if someone would invent a complete new way SVN could work (faster etc.), it can still be called SVN instead of FOOBAR.
Example: GRUB and GRUB 2.
If not, then it is redundant. For time-based
It is not redundant, as demonstrated.
Let's not abandon something that has been proven useful in the wild just because it seems a good thing to do. It isn't.
OK, we are now at SVN 1.11 because you have agreed to release often with
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