On 06/07/2012 07:42 AM, Julius Schwartzenberg wrote: > The version numbers from KDE are based on binary compatibility. This > means all 3.5.x versions of KDE are binary compatible and any 3.5.x > version can run applications compiled against any 3.4.x (or 3.3.x, > 3.2.x, etc.) version of KDE. > > However it was decided to drop the binary compatibility requirement in > Trinity in favor of ease of maintenance, thus these version numbers are > not appropriate anymore. OK, Thanks Julius. That was the part of the puzzle I was missing. It doesn't matter what the version numbers are as long as we know what they mean. So 14 it is :) -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.