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2015-09-08 17:16 GMT+02:00 Hisham <>:

> That is not how version numbers roll in LuaRocks (and in any other
> package management system). If there are any changes in the upstream
> code, it _is_ a new version.
> If you're saying this in the sense that "the program version for Lua
> 5.1.1 and 5.1.5 are both 5.1", it's not the case either: first,
> because from a package manager perspective 5.1.1 and 5.1.5 _are_
> different versions; second, because you even list a function that has
> been renamed since xtable 1.0.2. Therefore, there are definitely
> incompatible changes.
> In short: version number equality means code identity. The revision
> number suffix is for versioning the rockspec itself.

Well, let's wait to see if there are ever any other versions,
or any other users except me.