On 23-06-15 15:13, Esteban Lorenzano wrote:
- you are highly recommended to adopt Seaside convention: they have symbolic versions for #release3, #release3.1, etc. probably a bit more of work, but it works fine.
- and of course, you can use a fixed version number (for example: 3.1.1)

Unless your configuration might be used in other configurations. Then you should not depend
on a fixed version number. It is not your code, you don't control who fixes bugs in it
and the one patching it does not know about you as the dependency is declared in
one direction only.