tillea at rki.de
Wed Oct 18 04:26:26 EDT 2000
On Tue, 17 Oct 2000, Craig Spannring wrote:
> > Except this kind of "documentation-is-just-for-stupid-beginner-and-
> > not-for-thes-knowledged-hacker-who-can-easily-compare-filesize-and-date"
> > issue the JDBC driver programmers did a fine job and it worked great
> > for me without problems. No code related bugs against the driver in
> > the Debian bug track system.
> More accurately would be "this-driver-is-pre-beta-code-and-
> That said, a number of beginners have used it with success. I'm just
> saying that if you can't read the source code the driver is probably a
> little less mature than you would like.
I count correct versioning as an documentation issue and my intend was
that different files have to become different names. It is *because*
they are used succesfully also by beginners, we *have to* inform them
about new file-versions. The README file has to contain a warning about
the snapshot state in general and different snapshots have to get
different names (snapshot-1, snapshot-2, ... or anything else to make
clear the difference).
Anyway thanks for the fine work with the JDBC-driver
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