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⬆️ electron@2.0.1 #17362

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jasonrudolph commented May 18, 2018



@jasonrudolph jasonrudolph merged commit 04ecdb7 into master May 18, 2018

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1.28 releases #17733


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the-j0k3r commented Aug 1, 2018

So this is the electron in 1.29.0 is v2.0.1 but the electron in 1.28.0 was version 2.0 then 1.28.1 was electron 2.0.4 then 1.28.2 was electron 2.0.5

Can someone explain to me how this makes any sense and actually fixes issues? All I see is going backwards to bugs that were already fixed and closed in Atom.


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the-j0k3r commented Aug 1, 2018

AH never mind, the release notes under All Changes are a bunch of arbitrary entries that are actually mostly irrelevant and thus confusing.

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