> stolen from wikipedia:
> The most common software versioning scheme is a scheme in which different major
> releases of the software each receive a unique numerical identifier. This is
> typically expressed as three numbers, separated by periods, such as version
> 2.4.13. One very commonly followed structure for these numbers is:
... that the periods indicate a separator, rather than a decimal point. It just so happens that Mame is only using one separator.
(That makes it easier to deal with in my mind anyway)
> Mame is still in a minor build cycle :-P
> That is the way it is, deal with it.
(That's the way it is, period ;o)
> _ _ - - = = Pr3tty F1y = = - - _ _