[Grok-dev] groktoolkit-releases versus grok-releases

Jan-Wijbrand Kolman janwijbrand at gmail.com
Thu Oct 7 04:11:10 EDT 2010

On 10/7/10 8:39 AM, Vincent Fretin wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 7, 2010 at 1:25 AM, Maurits van Rees
>> I would say if there is reason to update the Grok Toolkit with some new
>> versions (e.g. a security release of package x.y) but the grok package
>> itself needs no update, then you can create
>> releaseinfo/<grok-package-version>-N, so in this case 1.1.1-1
> I find this notation very ugly. Why not increment the third digit?

Because currently the three digits are "tied" to the version number of 
grok-the-package. So, the "-1" would in a way add a new dimension to 
numbering gtk versions.

For me it would work, using Maurits' suggestion. Not sure though if 
zc.buildout/setuptools/distribute can deal with this notation. Not sure 
even if that matters at all, as it is the grokproject-tool (and the 
"extends" directives in people's buildout files) that refer to it. It's 
not so much of a package-version.

Hmm, I actually like the idea. More suggestions?

regards, jw

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