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Re: [epp-dev] Include versus requires/import
- From: Eric Gwin <eric.gwin@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2012 07:40:22 -0400
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Hypothetically speaking: Doesn't it also mean that In January when a new version of CDT ships in the SR, that I wouldn't be able to update a separately installed 'My awesome C++ analysis tool' or to the SR package due to conflicting requirements (Without uninstalling something that is)?
On 20/03/2012 1:15 PM, Ian Bull wrote:
Included features means my Feature is expecting (and shipping) an exact version of CDT. So, for C/C++ EPP SR0 (June 2012) we likely want to indicate an 'exact' version of the CDT that ships. This means that in 10 years, if someone wants to re-create that version, it's easy (since the versions are baked into the features).