It may not work out here, since the micro version is what we bump during
release which is in sync with the GNOME Release micro version.
(Evolution 2.21.3 == GNOME 2.21.3)

Matt, I'm not against it, if it benefits hackers. Personally I don't use
2 versions and so It doesn't matter much to me. If I don't hear any
objections, I would be doing  it during the 2.21.4 release and make
trunk 2.21.5. 


On Tue, 2007-12-11 at 03:29 +0200, Tor Lillqvist wrote:
> > I notice we've been doing pre-release version incrementing 
> > [...]
> > I was wondering if the team would be open to switching to post-release 
> > version incrementing 
> May I suggest a third, in my opinion superior, way: Both.
> That's what cairo uses, see
> . The
> micro version number is even in released tarballs, and odd
> inbetween. The even number never exists in SVN. The micro number is
> bumped by the person doing a release, and then bumped again and
> committed after the tarball has been built. Thus there cannot be any
> confusion between official released versions and builds from SVN at
> least as far as version numbers are concerned.
> --tml
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