From: Roy Souther <roy@si...> - 2001-07-30 05:42:27
I have downloaded about 5 different versions of the xine source for version
0.5 and they all have the same file name.
When I modify code and repost it I usually add my initials to it so people
know it is not the same file as the original. Just a suggestion, to avoid
Roy Souther <roy@...>
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Yesterday, Roy Souther Wrote:
# I have downloaded about 5 different versions of the xine source for version
# 0.5 and they all have the same file name.
I've noticed this, it sort of removes the point of version numbers,
doesn't it :-)
# When I modify code and repost it I usually add my initials to it so people
# know it is not the same file as the original. Just a suggestion, to avoid
When I release code I use the date released as the version number until my
code becomes release-quality.
I.e we could have:
(add the time to it if you want to release more than one thing a day).
And then when Xine becomes ready: xine-0.5.tar.gz
That way you can say to people "Don't download the -2001* files, they're
alpha code that might not work".
No Silicon Heaven? Preposterous! Where would all the calculators go?
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