Not to be pedantic, but there is no such thing as OS X.3 . There is OS X 10.3 .
Thats what I get for following common conventions for developer lists! :)
Many people use X.1, X.2, etc. to refer to versions of OS X. Technically you are right though. The one time i use it...
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