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On Wed, 9 Jul 2003 20:43:46 +0900, John Johnson wrote:
>ou probably know this, but generally, open source software usesn
>odd second digit to indicate an unstable, or development
>version.ven second digits are usually safe :-)That pattern was
>used for Ruby; however, Matz decided to change this for Ruby
>sometime last year (I think). There's a message on -talk or -core
>somewhere about this. I think that it was said that 1.8.0 is the
>development line, 1.8.1 is the release line. There will be a 1.9 as
>a released (stable) version, IIRC.  

- -austin--
austin ziegler    * austin / halostatue.ca * Toronto, ON, Canada
software designer * pragmatic programmer * 2003.07.10
                                         * 09:42:09

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