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What happened to version 4.0 ?

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38818 Dec 20,2005 03:42 AM UTC Dec 20,2005 12:29 PM UTC General Discussion 1
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Administrator [Syncfusion]
Asked On December 20, 2005 03:42 AM UTC

Just curious: You seem to have skipped from 3.3 to version 4.1 (in beta now). If you don''t mind my asking, how come? s.s.

Daniel Jebaraj [Syncfusion]
Replied On December 20, 2005 12:29 PM UTC

Hi Steve, In the normal course of events this should have been a version 4.0. However, we cannot have a version of the form x.0. We encode the version of the .NET Framework that our assembly was compiled against in the minor version. For example - 4.100.x.x denotes Framework 1.0, 4.102.x.x denotes Framework 2.0. Having a zero as the minor version breaks this model (as expected). This was the reason that this release was termed 4.1. The changes in this release are huge. This is probably our biggest single upgrade ever. Each of our Windows Forms products has undergone significant work in terms of bug fixes, upgrades, new samples documentation and new features. Our installation and configuration system was upgraded to provide a better usage experience. Our ASP.NET products have been vastly expanded. I think we now offer one of the most comprehensive ASP.NET offerings on the market. Thank you for using Syncfusion products. Best regards, Daniel


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