Subject: Re: Why commands in the source tree don't have version?
To: None <>
From: Takahiro Kambe <>
List: current-users
Date: 02/14/2001 14:02:33
In message <>
	on Wed, 14 Feb 2001 13:20:09 +0900,
	Masao Uebayashi <> wrote:
> The pkgsrc's versioning scheme now uses 'nbX' for (important) NetBSD
> specific changes like security patches. That is, "digits & dots" are
> insufficient for pkgsrc.
Yes.  But they arn't use hyphen as version separator.

In message <>
	on Wed, 14 Feb 2001 13:36:19 +0900,
	Masao Uebayashi <> wrote:
> Err, I'm not against for '1.7.0.x' if it's sure that the base version
> (the version of NetBSD itself) never uses the 4th element. But this
> means that the first three elements and the 4th have respective
> dimensions...
Hmm.  Simple dot notation v.s. Separate OS version and command version?

Takahiro Kambe <>