CVS and GnuPG versioning changes

David Shaw dshaw at
Sat Jun 29 18:35:01 CEST 2002

Hi everyone,

There have been a few small changes in version numbers and in how the
CVS repository is organized.  The next stable version of GnuPG will be
1.2 (not 1.0.8).  The next development version will be 1.3.

If you are tracking GnuPG development in CVS, you need to execute a
"cvs update -A" in your gnupg/ directory to re-point your local copy
of the code to the head of the development tree.  Currently the head
version is 1.1.90, which is the code that will ultimately become 1.2.


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