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15:42:44  * FearTheCowboywonders when somone uses v3.01 as their version number how the hell that translates to a four-part version...
15:42:51  <FearTheCowboy>3.0.1.0 ?
15:42:54  <FearTheCowboy>3.1.0.0 ?
15:43:36  <auroraeosrose>3.1.0.0
15:43:38  <vpovirk>depends on whether they randomly add more digits
15:43:43  <auroraeosrose>I would think
15:44:14  <auroraeosrose>I'm guessing they get into the 3.25.0.0 range as well ;)
15:44:19  <auroraeosrose>that's why they add the 0
15:44:40  <FearTheCowboy>I'm gonna go with 3.1.0.0 ... f-p-v's are constructed of four shorts, not a 'real number'
15:44:47  <FearTheCowboy>sounds good
15:45:02  <vpovirk>version numbers like 3.01 aren't real numbers either
15:45:06  <FearTheCowboy>right
15:45:11  <vpovirk>people are liable to do crazy things with them
15:46:02  <vpovirk>although, you could turn it into a binary fraction if you really wanted to :p
15:46:28  * FearTheCowboydoesn't wanna go down that route.
15:51:54  <wwahammy>actually f-p-v's are constructed of two bytes and two shorts
15:52:22  <wwahammy>yes, I just well actually'd you
15:53:58  <virmitio>so I'm not allowed to have more than 256 major versions of my software?
15:54:02  <FearTheCowboy>well, in MSI's they are two bytes and two shorts
15:54:04  <virmitio>that seems kinda limiting
15:54:24  <FearTheCowboy>in the rest of CoApp they are four shorts -- actually, one ulong :)
15:54:50  <auroraeosrose>256 is enough for anybody!
15:55:23  <vpovirk>except maybe firefox
15:55:48  <wwahammy>Chrome has one of the highest rates of major version update, around 4 weeks I think
15:56:20  <wwahammy>it would take them almost 20 years to go through an entire byte worth of version numbers
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16:09:46  <ender|>* FearTheCowboy wonders when somone uses v3.01 as their version number how the hell that translates to a four-part version... <- my version scheme used to be .01 for bugfixes/very minor updates, .1 for minor updates, .5 for larger updates that didn't deserve major version bump :)
16:12:27  <ender|>nowadays i just use major.minor.micro
16:16:26  * FearTheCowboyjust found out that when you add a bunch of code, it also helps to put in a call to that code. for some strange reason, the compiler didn't know to call it if I didn't tell it to.
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16:17:05  <auroraeosrose>LOL
16:19:23  <vpovirk>I make that mistake way too often
16:20:19  <virmitio>eh, you did /really/ need that new code you wrote, did you?
16:30:11  <virmitio>didn't*
16:30:33  * virmitioneeds to actually read what he has typed before sending it...
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16:38:26  <auroraeosrose>whaaaa?
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