Subject: Re: SMP-related process state changes
To: David Maxwell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Greywolf <email@example.com>
Date: 05/25/2000 17:35:43
On Thu, 25 May 2000, David Maxwell wrote:
# > [For the ones who do take releases seriously: No, I'm NOT trying to be
# > either of a) obtuse or b) a PITA. I'm just wondering if we do NOT go
# > to 1.5 at this point, what happens next?]
# This was discussed in a long thread a while back - I don't recall which
# 1.4ZA sorts after 1.4Z. Sort order is significant for pkgsrc versioning
# purposes. (As well as general sanity)
Yes, but look at the numeric value format of the __NetBSD_Version__ macro.
Things are gonna look kinda screwy for a while by comparison to its
intended format. At least we're not going to hit 99 versions
I was worried because I thought that macro got automagically
generated; turns out it doesn't, so no worries. Sorry for the FUD fight.
# So, it seems you'll be seeing 1.4ZA, 1.4ZB, 1.4ZC...
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