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Intel's Cloud-Hypervisor Jumps From v0.14.1 To v15.0 To Signify Its Maturity, Stabilizing

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  • Intel's Cloud-Hypervisor Jumps From v0.14.1 To v15.0 To Signify Its Maturity, Stabilizing

    Phoronix: Intel's Cloud-Hypervisor Jumps From v0.14.1 To v15.0 To Signify Its Maturity, Stabilizing

    The Rust-written Cloud-Hypervisor project led by open-source Intel engineers as a VMM designed for cloud workloads has broke well past the "1.0" milestone. Following a series of 0.x releases, Cloud-Hypervisor 15 was released this week...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...-Hypervisor-15

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    The new model requires that a person needs to study the changelog to find out if there are breaking changes.

    Why not stick to semantic versioning?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Jabberwocky View Post
      The new model requires that a person needs to study the changelog to find out if there are breaking changes.

      Why not stick to semantic versioning?
      Amen.... Version . revision. patch

      Version bump = usually backwards compatible , but does not have to be, usually means written from scratch.
      Revision bump = backwards compatible, introduce new features such as new file formats etc...
      Patch = a fix of the revision.

      This covers just about anything, and it is quite annoying that people buy that crap that a higher version number means beans better. It used to be that revision + patch number meant something about stability of the thing you where running. Those days are gone it seems - mainstream marketing seems to have convinced people that software, rot and needs to be upgraded or otherwise it will suddenly become unstable , make your computer squeak and go slow... NONSENSE - it is all just instructions in a specific order... that's it!

      http://www.dirtcellar.net

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      • #4
        So who has a v14.0 that Intel is trying to look better than?

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