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Re: Bo-updates version numbers

On Mon, May 25, 1998 at 09:51:45PM -0600, Jason Gunthorpe wrote:
> What is the accepted standard for version numbers in bo updates? I need to
> release APT for both bo and slink/hamm and it must be arranged so that the
> bo version compares lower.
> The usual system that bo-updates uses (0.0.14-1bo1) is not acceptable
> because 1bo1 is larger than 1 ..

The actual system says that if hamm version is 0.0.14-1 then bo-unstable
version is 0.0.14-0bo1
I don't know about bo-updates, but I suppose it can go as bo-unstable (greater
than latest bo version and smaller than oldest hamm version)

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