if you are going that route - checkout OSGI versioning rules/syntax.
That has good defaults and deterministic version ranges
On Mar 8, 2012, at 10:55 PM, Dan Allen wrote:
> Although it has a slightly different focus, I advise reading up on Bundler, the Ruby library versioning tool created by Yehuda Katz to bring sanity to rails plugins.
> It has an interesting version symbol to indicate upgrading along a major version:
> ~> 1.1.0
> That will allow 1.2.0, but not 2.0.0.
> Bundler also has the idea of version locking across the transitive closure.
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