Re: Question of the software develpment cycle
- From: Chad <cdalten@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2007 17:40:34 -0700
On Jun 29, 12:06 pm, gw7...@xxxxxxx wrote:
On 29 Jun, 03:11, Chad <cdal...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
This is inexperience. Bear with me.
I recently release a program on sourceforge. However, I noticed that I
made a bonehead coding error. The error doesn't lead to a bug, it just
slows the code down a bit. So, after I correct the coding error, do I
just change the version number from 1.0 to 1.1?
Just curious because I just sort of feel stupid putting in the logs "I
made a correction to the code after someone started to clue me in on
if else flow."
How about re-phrasing it as "Use improved algorithm" ?
That would be good and all, but the only algorithm I know is the
quicksort algorithm. However, this program doesn't use it.
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