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Old 01-05-2016, 08:37 AM   #1
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Number setting of file version


Hello,

For instance "filename 4:1.2-3"

The "4:", what stands that for?
"1.2-3" stands for version number.

thanks
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Looks like you're talking about an RPM package string. 4 would be the Epoch.

https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/que...e-name-of-the/
 
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Hello,

For instance "filename 4:1.2-3"

The "4:", what stands that for?
"1.2-3" stands for version number.

thanks
ostene
and even the version number has components, Major, Minor, Micro
 
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Hello,

For instance "filename 4:1.2-3"

The "4:", what stands that for?
"1.2-3" stands for version number.

thanks
ostene
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