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From: "Wheelton, Gareth" <gareth dot wheelton at csfb dot com>
Subject: RE: which revision?
Date: Nov 22 2001 12:01PM
Would I be right to assume out current patch number is 1.42?
From: Michael Peppler [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 21 November 2001 21:27
To: SybPerl Discussion List
Cc: Aitken, Jimmy
Subject: Re: which revision?
Wheelton, Gareth writes:
> Please can you confirm how far behind we are with this revision?
> $ perl -MSybase::CTlib -e 'print "$Sybase::CTlib::Version\n"'
> This is sybperl, version 2.13
> Sybase::CTlib $Revision: 1.42 $ $Date: 2000/11/15 00:30:05 $
> Copyright (c) 1995-1999 Michael Peppler
> Portions Copyright (c) 1995 Sybase, Inc.
There's a 2.13_10 patch version out, which I expect to turn into 2.14
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