Re: [gtk-list] Re: 1.1 <=> 1.2 not compatible, why not 2.0?

Not necessarily ... Linux went from 1.0 to 1.1 (dev) to 1.2 (stable) ...
not that that answers your original question, but it at least proves
that the Gtk+ people are not completeley off base with their
versioning scheme ...

--> R

Cyrille Artho <> on 03/25/99 04:55:41 PM

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cc:    (bcc: Robert Gasch/PeopleSoft)
Subject:  [gtk-list] Re: 1.1 <=> 1.2 not compatible, why not 2.0?

So why is gtk1.2 not gtk2.0? AFAIK you change the major version number
if compatibility is broken.
Cyrille Artho -
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protein -- it rejects it.
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