On 4 April 2012 08:14, Henning Thielemann <lemming@henning-thielemann.de> wrote:

on a second thought ...


On Tue, 3 Apr 2012, Jeremy O'Donoghue wrote:

 *  The mainline will have the patches needed to update to support wxWidgets 2.9.x, based on the work

   by Dave Tapley and others, and sourced from the development repositories on Darcsden, Readers of
   the wxhaskell-devel list will be familiar with these.
...
    +  The new codeline starts as version 0.15. Users will find that this is contained in the
       directories:

If the new version is such a big change, how about calling it version 1.0?

This would also give us a larger range of versions for the wxWidgets-2.8 compatibility branch. You know, sometimes even small changes require a major version bump, such as adding an instance to Selection, etc.

I'm not quite comfortable moving to 1.0 - sounds a bit 'finished' to me. How about a compromise: I'll bump the new version to 0.20.

Jeremy