[lcdproc] FW: version 0.4/0.5?
Mon, 26 Mar 2001 14:03:34 +0100 (BST)
On Thu, 22 Mar 2001, William W. Ferrell wrote:
> --- firstname.lastname@example.org's mailer spewed these beefy chunks ---
> > On Mon, 19 Mar 2001, William W. Ferrell wrote:
> > Sure /if/ it's released & stable. But until this point we should support
> > 0.4 (bugfixes only ?).
> > And all updates/fixes should be shown in the version number.
> > But if you do a 0.4 final then here is no space for this (easiest
> > fix: label lcdproc0.5 as lcdprocNG and if it's released then assign a
> > version to it)
> I disagree. LCDproc v0.4-pre10 is the current release, then when we ship
> it it'll be called LCDproc v0.4.0, then bugfixes, etc., will increment
> the third digit.
Ok, that will be fine.
> > > Can you elaborate a bit on that MtxOrb bug?
> > See Message-Id: <Pine.GSU.4.21.0103221731100.14953-400000@inet14>
> Ugh. Either I'm misunderstanding this or I don't have a message with
> that ID (I searched message bodies for that in mutt -- is that correct?)
The message ID is in the header (you can search for a msg id with
mutt. If I remeber it right it's: '/~i ID' where ID is the part in < >).
> > Is here any documention about 0.5 available ?
> Not yet. I've misplaced what little I've written, but it's buried on my
> notebook somewhere; I'll find it tonight.
Ok, that would be nice. So we can talk based on this doc and not on your
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