Martijn Faassen wrote:
> x.y.z is a bugfix release. If we do it right, there will be no change in
> the API and only small changes in misbehavior. Therefore it seems far
> less likely to me that a package ends *needing* to depend on a minimum
I don't agree. If your package hsa bugs reported by its users, and the
bug is caused by a bug in a dependent package, the bugfix release of
your package might well be just to add a test and then change a
requirement from, saya, >=1.3 to >=1.3.2.
> Anyway, I'm closing this discussion for now as we are going to try it
> for feature releases for a while, see how that goes.
Oh, sorry, reading and replying from top to bottom of this thread so
only just seen this.
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