[Haskell-cafe] Naming convention for version branches (Package versioning)
adam at bergmark.nl
Tue May 19 17:19:10 UTC 2015
"major-fix" seems strange to me. I'd expect major to bump the 2nd component
since it's part of the major version. Likewise the PVP uses "patch" for the
On Tue, May 19, 2015 at 7:02 PM, Alois Cochard <alois.cochard at gmail.com>
> Hi all,
> I am currently writing a tool to automate the release and version bump of
> cabal projects.
> Currently you can call the tool by giving as argument the rank of the
> branch you want to bump, for example given 0.0.0.0:
> - `cabal-release 0` bump to `1`
> - `cabal-release 1` bump to `0.1`
> - `cabal-release 2` bump to `0.0.1`
> - `cabal-release 3` bump to `0.0.0.1`
> As we are not all robots (yet), I thought that in addition to this it
> would be great if the user could give a human friendly name for the rank.
> For now, here is what I have for the different rank:
> 0 == --major
> 1 == --major-fix
> 2 == --minor
> 3 == --minor-fix
> I'm curious to know what you think of those names? any suggestions or
> known established convention about that?
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