[Haskell-cafe] Is bumping the version number evil,
if it's not mandated by the PVP?
sebf at informatik.uni-kiel.de
Sun Aug 15 15:55:38 EDT 2010
>> My worry with bumping only the patch level is that
>> people who explicitly want to depend on the efficient version of my
>> library need to depend on a.b.c.D and cannot follow the good practice
>> of depending on a.b.*.
> Well, then you have ">= a.b.c.d && < a.(b+1)".
Ok, it seems this is less of an issue than I initially thought. I have
changed my mind and will probably make a patch-level release without
an identical major release. (I'll make an additional major release
with a generalised API however.)
Underestimating the novelty of the future is a time-honored tradition.
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