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OO 10 Base Content Pack.

 

What is the newest version?   Is 1.0.142 newer than 1.0.47?  If so that doesn't make any sense.  How do we know which one is the newest?

 

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Don

 

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Jason,

 

I got a response from Adi Dinita.

you can guide yourself by the minor-minor version (in this case 142 > 47, so 142 is the newest version

 

I responded back saying I have never seen version numbers done that way and recommended that they change how they are doing it and that it is very confusing.

 

Thanks,

Don

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Hello Don,

 

This is a good point.  I checked the HPLN and it would appear that the base is NEWER than the newest updated release!

I will get an answer for you and respond shortly.

 

Kind Regards,

Jason

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Re: OO 10 Base Content Pack.

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Jason,

 

I got a response from Adi Dinita.

you can guide yourself by the minor-minor version (in this case 142 > 47, so 142 is the newest version

 

I responded back saying I have never seen version numbers done that way and recommended that they change how they are doing it and that it is very confusing.

 

Thanks,

Don

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Hello Don,

 

Ok, good.  I also got a response from my lead CJ.  We do not include any leading zeros in our versioning.  In other words, I can see why it is confusing =  143 vs 047, or 0.143 vs 0.470.  So, having that said, we do not follow "rational numbers” under the section for "Version number ordering systems".  We basically treat the placeholder after the decimal as a whole number, thusly, x.143 is greater than x.47

Great question!

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Software_versioning

 

Kind Regards,

Jason

HP Support
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