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Re: Re[2]: Setting head revision number

From: Christopher Ness <chris_at_nesser.org>
Date: 2005-06-17 16:22:42 CEST

On Fri, 2005-06-17 at 15:33 +0200, Felix Brack wrote:
> Hello Scott,
> Well, it's just a one time problem: we delivered a software to our
> customer with version (it's in the printed documents of the
> software). The last part of the version number (136) is always the
> revision number of the repository at the point the software is
> released, i.e. I create a tag in the repository at revision
> 136. This is the way it normally should work.
> The problem is (as I said, a one time problem) that I did not put the
> software under subversion control, at the beginning of the development
> (no time for setup, first project for subversion control, there are
> many (or better no) excuses for this silly mistake).
> Ok. The software was ready and I needed a version number. I called the
> first release with the idea of leaving some 'space' for other

Try calling version two ???
Or does the 3rd vision number also have special meaning?


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