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"As soon as one party adds feature A but not B and the other party adds B but not A, there simply is no possible numbering scheme that ..."

Yes there is ... bit array

Of course, that would require an unprecedented amount of communication between developers, and also isn't how RISC OS does it, but it is a theoretical possibility.

I suppose that in practice you'd want a hybrid approach with a linear version number as well, if you were seriously implementing such a system.

 is a RISC OS UserLoris on 18/4/06 4:26PM
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