If memory serves me right, "Jacques A. Vidrine" wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 26, 2002 at 09:45:25AM -0700, David O'Brien wrote:
> > Please document in porters-handbook <sect1 id="freebsd-versions">, that
> > on the RELENG_X branch we go from 0000->0100 on 1st bump and 00?? is the
> > RELENG_X_Y name space. Otherwise expect 470000->470001 on RELENG_4 if
> > the first bump is not for security reasons (or S.O. forgets).
> Will do.
Actually, my initial reading of this idea (as proposed by fenner) was
that 4X0100 gets set by the RE team, right before the end of code
freeze. So, for example, 4.7-STABLE would start as 470100, and anyone
bumping __FreeBSD_version could just increment by one for each bump, as
they did previously.
(I thought we were going to wait until 4.7 to revisit this idea, but I
don't have any objections to the way it's being done now.)