[Bioperl-l] trunk version vs. branch version
cjfields at illinois.edu
Mon Feb 2 21:28:41 UTC 2009
On Feb 2, 2009, at 1:51 PM, Dave Messina wrote:
>> ...Kind of what I'm thinking, which is a nicer middle ground (it is
>> and is a stable target).
> Yes, that makes sense.
> So in this case then, devs wanting to require trunk (as opposed to
> could say
> use Bio::Root::Foo 1.6.9;
> to explicitly target trunk (assuming 1.6.9 is the VERSION given to
> or they could say
> use Bio::Root::Foo 1.6.1;
> which would mean trunk OR any 1.6.x point release that might be
> along the way to 1.7, thereby avoiding the need to reset the version
> requirement when the a point release comes out.
Alright, then, I've set trunk to what we'll call 'pre-1.7', or
v1.6.900 (1.006900); gives us more than enough chances for point
releases (I hope we don't need more than 900). ;>
Other svn distributions main trunk code likewise requires core
1.6.900. If there is overwhelming support we can rename it 1.006009
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