> Guillaume Smet wrote:
>> On 2/23/07, Geoffrey <esoteric(at)3times25(dot)net> wrote:
>>> As I've heard. We're headed for 8 as soon as possible, but until we get
>>> our code ready, we're on 7.4.16.
>> You should move to at least 8.1 and possibly 8.2. It's not a good idea
>> to upgrade only to 8 IMHO.
> When I said 8, I meant whatever the latest greatest 8 is. Right now,
> that looks like 8.2.3.
No. The latest version of 8.2 is 8.2.3, there is also 8.1 which is at
8.1.8 and 8.0 which is at 8.0.12.
They are all different *major* releases.
IMO, nobody should be running anything less than 8.1.8.
Joshua D. Drake
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