I always knew we couldn't trust trees.
a: Oh so you're a vegetarian! You must love the little animals!
b: No, I just HATE vegetables!
they don't know many things, but that's besides the point.
so yeah, cheers!
oh, fair enough then!Pi-C wrote: ↑Wed Apr 10, 2019 6:09 amBut it was! I distinctly remember seeing the announcement on the forum, just before I went over to the super market to grab some beer for the evening. About half an hour later, I fired up my non-working version of Factorio to check out whether updating to 0.17.27 would help, but got a message that there were no updates available. I frantically searched the forums for any post mentioning 0.17.27 and almost thought I must have lost my mind, or misread something. Only when 0.17.28 was released later on I realized that they had, indeed, published 0.17.27 and must have deleted it almost immediately. Should have made a screenshot of that first posting. Well, such is life, just an accumulation of missed chances …
There are risks in reusing version numbers, in this case probably small. But certainly when they get out of the experimental status for version 17.XX. If they are using any for of automation for creating the package I would hope this is enforcing the version number always incrementing.Shingen wrote: ↑Tue Apr 09, 2019 9:55 pmi think that if 0.17.27 wasn't released publicly, there's no reason to call the updated version ".28" - just like you didn't iterate every version you created during the year between last 0.16.x and 0.17.0. it just causes mild confusion and wastes everyone's time.