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Re: ITL release process

On Yaum al-Jumma 03 Thu al-Hijjah 1425 1:49 pm, Thamer Mahmoud wrote:
> It is actually libitl.${VERSION}.so (i.e. with a dot), which is even
> worse.


> I see a lot of version numbers after the .so in Debian's
> "/usr/lib". Would something like this "libitl.so.0.0.6" be
> appropriate? Anyways, I've made this change in CVS and it is also
> easier to remove the all ${VERSION} info now.

No, stick to two numbers after. We are not supposed to expose ABI changes in a 
minor release.

> Why so? The library SONAME is currently libitl.so.0 (with no version
> number). If I understand this correctly, unless you bump the SONAME
> number up nothing will break/change.

Correct, we bump that 0 only in ABI changes. Let's start at 1.

Samy Al Bahra [samy at kerneled dot org]
  '-- http://samy.kerneled.org