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Respect semver? #348

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kud opened this Issue Oct 3, 2018 · 4 comments

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kud commented Oct 3, 2018

Hello,

I'd like to know if it's possible to respect semver in your versions?

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@kud we respect semver, just version less than 1.0.0, please read https://semver.org/

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evilebottnawi commented Oct 3, 2018

@kud we respect semver, just version less than 1.0.0, please read https://semver.org/

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Well it depends on what you think about this part: https://semver.org/#how-do-i-know-when-to-release-100

But maybe I should report this to npm-check so.

kud commented Oct 3, 2018

Well it depends on what you think about this part: https://semver.org/#how-do-i-know-when-to-release-100

But maybe I should report this to npm-check so.

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@kud right now we have good api, but it is not stable, in theory we can change api, but it is unlikely, we don't start with 1.0.0 due historical reason

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evilebottnawi commented Oct 3, 2018

@kud right now we have good api, but it is not stable, in theory we can change api, but it is unlikely, we don't start with 1.0.0 due historical reason

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kud Oct 3, 2018

Okay thank you for the explanation. :)

kud commented Oct 3, 2018

Okay thank you for the explanation. :)

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