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Pedro Lino píše v Čt 29. 03. 2012 v 19:06 +0100:
Hi all,

        Did anyone verify that the version info is updated (re the
        reports problem)

I think Secunia has already fixed the numbering so that the warning it
gone for version 3.5.1.

But the Version number in the file Properties for 3.5.2rc2 is now instead of

Unless there is an rc3 and this is fixed meanwhile LO is going to get
a bad image with Secunia (and all the security minded people :) )

Why could it cause bad image? IMHO, it was bug on the Secunia side and
it is fixed now. We used this version scheme also for LO-3.4 and nobody

Personally I couldn't care less about Secunia but since it only takes
a small number change, I think it would be worth the effort :)

It looks trivial but it is not. We would need to do clean build for all
systems, upload them to mirrors, restart smoketests, ... So, this change
would delay the release by many days.

Also, it is potentially dangerous. The version is defined and used on
many locations. Any change could cause strange side effects. Also there
are many scripts around that depends on a certain version scheme. So, we
should not change this between rc2 and rc3 if there is not a big reason.

Well, I agree that is ugly. We are discussion to use the more
reasonable version scheme now, see
If it goes well, we might try it for 3.5.3 release.

Best Regards,

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