The version numbering is highly confusing: Version 0.909 is followed by version 0.1010?
Yes, I do realize that there is an extra digit and draw my conclusions, but any regular persion will read that number as a decimal place, i.e. something like 0.1. And that would be some pre-alpha release which is extremely unsafe for use.
So why not stay in the 0.9x band or boldly go to 1.0?
@Matthias: even though it *is* a bit counterintuitive,
the version should be parsed this way:
so Major Version is still 0, while Minor is 1010 (and Minor Minor version is 0 at the moment)
It is not a decimal point, it is a “separator”.
Minor always reads as YMo where Y is the year and Mo is the month. This year Y went two digits because “0” for ‘10 was meaningless ;)
I didn’t feel like going 1.010 because I don’t feel like FP is feature complete for a 1.0 version… when i went for this versioning scheme I believed FP would be complete for 2010… but I’m never satisfied ;)
If it’s really that confusing I’ll bump the version number starting from the next minor release (0.1010.1 -> 1.010.1)
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