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From Antonio Gallardo <>
Subject Re: [jira] Updated: (COCOON-2059) ajax/common.js makes use of deprecated dojo.animation.Timer
Date Sat, 21 Jul 2007 02:04:58 GMT
I did not explained myself pretty well. It is supposed that all the 
fixes from a previous version are included in all future releases. 
Hence, an issue fixed in 2.1.11 is assumed to be fixed in 2.2. or not?

Best Regards,

Antonio Gallardo.

Joerg Heinicke escribió:
> On 20.07.2007 11:28, Antonio Gallardo wrote:
>> I wonder if the issue should be closed only for 2.1.11, since the 2.2 
>> is not released yet.
> 2.1.11 is neither. That's also why it is named -dev. We always used to 
> handle it that way. On release the -dev suffix gets removed. This 
> system has only one caveat: If there is a bug found in a dev version 
> and fixed before the next release we end up with the same version in 
> both "affects version" and "fix version" after the renaming [1]. It 
> then reads like "bug affects 2.1.9", but at the same time "bug is 
> fixed in 2.1.9".
> Joerg
> [1]

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