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"stable " release is 0.96.1.
+The current stable release is 0.96.1.
-The current testing pre-release is 0.96.92.
+The current testing pre-release is 0.96.92, released 10 April 2006.
+(Yes, the current "stable" release is a little long in the tooth.
+In practice, most everyone uses the testing pre-releases,
+because our testing methodology gives us a pretty good
+track record of not breaking things from release to release.)
Take these with a huge grain of salt,
-this is very rough planning.
+this is very rough planning
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Significant speed up of some specific configurations,
-plus accumulated patches.
-Fix for the one cosmetic bug found so far in 0.96.92.
+plus accumulated patches with bug fixes and new functionality.
+Fix for the one regression found so far in 0.96.92
+(printing an incorrect message when executing the InstallAs() function).
sub-release (1.1.1, 1.1.2, 1.1.3, etc.)</strong>
+<strong>Bug-fix release (1.1.1, 1.1.2, 1.1.3, etc.)</strong>
-Released whenever a critical bug fix is necessary
+Sub-release numbers are used
+whenever a critical bug fix is necessary
for a major or minor release.
-<strong>Testing pre-release (1.1.90, 1.1.91, 1.1.9
+<strong>Testing pre-release (1.1.90, 1.1.91, 1.1.9, etc.)</strong>
A sub-release number of 90 or greater
indicates the release is intended for
testing a set of new features intended for
wider distribution in the next major or minor release.
+There may be many of these
+with a lot of significant internal changes
+(<i>*cough*</i> 0.97 <i>*cough*</i>...).
-Our release numbers are of the form <i>major</i>.<i>minor</i>.<i>sub</i>.