If it is possible - you can change directory names. Lets say instead of
having directory v1.0.1 you could have v1.00.01. Of course if other web
pages have links of these directories - it is hardly an option....
I think the newest version should be at the top or at the bottom of the
list, because people are used to sort chronologically. Unless ordering
is somehow fixed - the problem will stay till pgAdmin III v2.0.0 is
2009.10.13 10:48, Dave Page rašė:
> On Tue, Oct 13, 2009 at 8:12 AM, Julius Tuskenis<julius(at)nsoft(dot)lt> wrote:
>> I think what causes confusion is the way versions are ordered in releases
>> list (http://www.postgresql.org/ftp/pgadmin3/release/). Version 1.10 goes
>> after 1.0 (not after 1.8 as many expects). I assume the ordering is done
>> automatically, but it would be much better to tweak it a bit and have it
>> ordered by the version, or the date of creation.
> 'tweak it a bit' is not really an option. That page is generated by an
> automated system that knows nothing of the meaning of the directory
> names - it just sorts them alphanumerically and presents them on a
> nice page.
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