estebanlm at gmail.com
Sat Jul 7 17:16:01 EDT 2012
PharoVM configuration names are following this rule:
so, 2.0-1 is the first build made for pharo 2.0...
something like that. Yeah, I don't like the numbering, but I also don't like the M.m (Major.minor) standard, because we don't know what is major and what minor... so, right now is just 1.9 then 2.0 without actually having a major change.. and it is confusing, because it looks like important, but actually it does not means anything at all :)
On Jul 7, 2012, at 9:03 PM, Sean P. DeNigris wrote:
> I noticed the versions vary between x.x.x and x.x-x and that some of the
> versions import baselines and others import other versions. I've never seen
> it done like that... what's the intention?
> "Baseline with dot imported by version with dash"
> version145: spec
> <version: '1.4-5' imports: #('1.4.1-baseline')>
> "version importing another version"
> version143: spec
> <version: '1.4-3' imports: #('1.4-2')>
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