> The "any" type does not define the segment delimiter - the
> delimiters are specified by the defined types - as an example raw(%
> d:%d) defines two numerical segments with a ":" as delimiter.
> only "delimiters" are the version range delimiters, but
an any type
> string is not allowed to include them unescaped.
I'm a bit confused then. The description for the "any"
- Segments are compared in order, and
a %d segment is always smaller than a %s segment
- The instance with fewer segments is
smaller if the compared segments are equal
How does this work if the "any"
type doesn't have segment delimiters? Also the examples have:
Which looks to me like "."
is a segment delimiter.