Re: Bug#515154: ITP: gitg -- git repository viewer for gtk+/GNOME
2009/2/15 Gunnar Wolf <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Tollef Fog Heen dijo [Sat, Feb 14, 2009 at 06:42:37PM +0100]:
> > | when i've had to do this in the past i think i did something like
> > | <vers>~<YYYYMMDD>.git.<sha>. this way you get lots of relevant info, the
> > | fact that it's a prerelease of <vers>, the date the snapshot was taken,
> > | the fact that it's a git snapshot, and the sha sum. and of course it's
> > | sortable.
> > If you use $vers~$ymd.git.$sha or something like that, please do make
> > sure the version number slightly bigger than zero. Having version
> > numbers that are positive and less than 0 sometimes breaks tools.
> Given that I kept staring at your message thinking something just went
> wrong, I suppose somebody else might fall in that logic trap: How can
> something be "positive but not bigger than zero"? 0~20090215 is. Nice
> math-breaking rules we had to introduce here :)
Is it the -0 from the limits theory???? =D
Or -0 is negative?
What sign the expression +0-0 will have in limits theory for a function f(x)=x?
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