Next stable version of Samba.
allen at gist.net.au
Thu May 18 23:04:11 GMT 2000
D.Bannon at latrobe.edu.au said:
> The fact is that we cannot just stop Samba Version numbers at 2.0.x
> Mainstream samba will NEVER fulfill the 2.1 requirments mentioned in
> the book. All development towards PDC is in the TNG branch and works
> very differently from how 2.1.0 would have been described.
> If it was possible that the behaviour of 2.1.0 would eventually be
> merged into mainstream samba it would be a different matter, however
> when the PDC stuff appears there, it will behave like TNG, not 2.1.0.
> So the book is wrong, nothing can be done about that.
If that is the case, why not renumber it to 4.0.0, with statements to the
effect that it breaks old instructions.
As I understand it, if this is such a MAJOR rewrite, then a MAJOR renumber
should be in order.
again, my 2c
Allen Bolderoff <allen at gist.net.au>
LNC - Linux, help and commentary http://linux.netnerve.com
CTPC - Caffeine - get it here: http://www.coffee-tea-pots-cups.com/
GPG fingerprint = CBB0 8626 702C 3D01 B5AD A54A DC2C 93B7 3E4B 6472
More information about the samba-ntdom