[LibX] Version question
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Fri Jun 20 15:58:39 PDT 2008
If you haven't used the edition builder, you probably have a 1.1 number.
Since the introduction of the edition builder, LibX Versions are specific to
a particular edition.
Right now, they are 1.5.REVISIONNUMBER. So if you build revision 1, your
version number of 1.5.1, revision #2, 1.5.2 and so on. We may increase the
version number to 1.6 in the future, then your revision #3 might be 1.6.3.
This is not something you need to pay attention to --- it's only used by the
update system internally. As soon as you open a revision to work on it, its
internal version number is updated.
On Fri, Jun 20, 2008 at 6:25 PM, Glenn Bunton <gbunton at odu.edu> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Just trying to get up to speed. Possibly a silly question. I noticed
> various "version" numbers for all the different public sites. Are those
> version numbers specific to those locations or is there an actual
> "versioning" for libx in general that I should be paying attention to. For
> example if we have version 1.1 is that just because we haven't done any
> customizing at this point or are we missing something?
> Thanks in advance for any guidance.
> Mr. Glenn Bunton
> Head of Systems Development
> Old Dominion University Libraries
> Norfolk, Virginia 23529
> gbunton at odu.edu
> (757) 683-5952
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