On 4 April 2012 08:14, Henning Thielemann <lemm...@henning-thielemann.de>wrote:

> on a second thought ...
> On Tue, 3 Apr 2012, Jeremy O'Donoghue wrote:
>   *  The mainline will have the patches needed to update to support
>> wxWidgets 2.9.x, based on the work
>>    by Dave Tapley and others, and sourced from the development
>> repositories on Darcsden, Readers of
>>    the wxhaskell-devel list will be familiar with these.
> ...
>>     +  The new codeline starts as version 0.15. Users will find that this
>> is contained in the
>>        directories:
> If the new version is such a big change, how about calling it version 1.0?
> This would also give us a larger range of versions for the wxWidgets-2.8
> compatibility branch. You know, sometimes even small changes require a
> major version bump, such as adding an instance to Selection, etc.

I'm not quite comfortable moving to 1.0 - sounds a bit 'finished' to me.
How about a compromise: I'll bump the new version to 0.20.

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