[webkit-dev] Clarification of WebKit version numbering?
sullivan at apple.com
Tue Apr 18 06:19:29 PDT 2006
The + means that the version was built from the latest sources (as
opposed to being an official release), and that it is newer than the
version without the +. So 420+ is a version built from the latest
sources that's newer than 420. As you say, it's working towards a 421
(or beyond) release.
On Apr 18, 2006, at 3:43 AM, Matt Gough wrote:
> In my app, I am currently working around a problem in the released
> WebKit (418) where [WebView setSelectedDOMRange: affinity:] ends up
> selecting things outside of the range. This problem appears to be
> fixed in TOT, which has a version of 420+.
> I would like to put a test in my code now so that I can bypass my
> workaround when this newer WebKit becomes the release one, but am
> unsure as to whether the '+' in 420+ implies that TOT is working
> towards a 420 release or a 421 (or beyond) release.
> Or to put it another way, should my test be:
> if (version >= 420)
> if (version >= 421)
> I realise that the bug fix could regress between now and a release
> which includes it.
> Matt Gough
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