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=== Octave releases ===
 
=== Octave releases ===
  
* Keep the current versioning scheme https://hg.savannah.gnu.org/hgweb/octave/file/1077d7c87fcc/etc/HACKING.md#l301.
 
 
* Only one major release per year.
 
* Only one major release per year.
 
** Should include new features.
 
** Should include new features.
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*** Normally the API version of oct files is checked, thus it should not have crashed and rather have warned.
 
*** Normally the API version of oct files is checked, thus it should not have crashed and rather have warned.
 
*** Contrary with development version, even after breaking changes, the API is only incremented '''once for the release'''.  This might have caused the trouble.
 
*** Contrary with development version, even after breaking changes, the API is only incremented '''once for the release'''.  This might have caused the trouble.
* Octave on MS Windows, Linux, macOS usually has somehow a compiler available (unlike Matlab on MS Windows), thus recompiling the oct files is annoying, but possible.
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* Octave on MS Windows, Linux, macOS usually has somehow a compiler available (unlike Matlab on MS Windows), thus recompiling the oct files is annoying, but not impossible.
  
 
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