On Sat, Sep 13, 2014 at 06:12:24PM -0400, Leonardo Passos wrote:
I am using Seabios for a personal project and I need to try different
versions of it.
After cloning the project code, I see many releases when issuing git tag,
but which ones are stable? Clearly, 1.7.5-rc1 isn't, but what about the
Stated otherwise, what is the rationale of release numbering in Seabios?
The history of major seabios releases is documented at:
All of the tags in git (with the exception of the -rcX "release
candidate" tags) were considered stable at the time they were tagged.
The tags/releases with 4 digits (eg, rel-184.108.40.206) were incremental
stable branch releases. That is, they were bug fix only releases. As
far as I know, this is the same release numbering scheme that qemu and
the Linux kernel currently use.
If you're looking for the most recent stable release, it's rel-1.7.5
(as documented on the wiki above). The code being developed for the
next major release is on the master branch.
I'm not sure what info you are looking for, but I hope that helps.