How do you think about version number management?

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  • semver

    Semantic Versioning Specification is pretty great for most things.

  • caveman

    Lightweight web application framework for Common Lisp.

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  • doc

    Flexible documentation generator for Common Lisp projects. (by 40ants)

    - it is possible to subscribe on the changes using RSS (this is a feature of the 40ANTS-DOC documentation builder).

  • cl-semver

    Semantic Versions handling in Common Lisp

    btw, on the topic, here's an helper to compare semver versions:

  • cldm

    Common Lisp Dependency Manager

    This is interesting! This cl-semver is a part of CLDM (, abandoned project of Mariano Montone. Seems it didn't get enough traction to be used by significant part of the community.

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