The versions shown 0.21a, 0.3, and 1.0 are future milestones. The
revision # ie r78, r84 etc are existing revisions in svn. My
understanding of how trac should work, is that when someone opens a
ticket, they need to report the revision they are using. If it is a
feature request etc, it should be given a milestone goal of when it
should be added to kismac. The more invasive a feature is, the later
a milestone it should be added to. If a feature is completed before
the milestone it was set to, the milestone should be changed when the
ticket is closed so that we can trac what happened when. As for
where the version appears in kismac, it is shown at the top and only
updated when there is a release. One can find the current revision
in the console log after starting kismac, or in the get info window
of the finder.
Geoff On Feb 17, 2006, at 3:24 PM, John Warren wrote:
Looking at the ticket system, there are versions of Kismac listed, 0.21a, 0.3, and 1.0. Other than what is shown while running kismac, where do the versions appear? Is what is shown in Kismac updated?