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Too old to be a <1.0.0 release version

See original GitHub issue

I’d like to rely on this software for important world changing projects, but it’s still in 0.X version which means minor version bumps include breaking changes which is not good.

Are there any plans to bump to 1.X so I can pin to trafaret>=1,<2? I’d like some sort of agreement of stability before I include start using this to change the world.

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 6 years ago
  • Reactions:1
  • Comments:5 (3 by maintainers)

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Deepwalkercommented, Nov 19, 2017

Ok, lets 1.0.0.

asvetlovcommented, Sep 20, 2017

I understand @Deepwalker concerns: aiohttp after 1.0 release has several breaking API changes. On other hand claiming a stable release forces to change development process: deprecation warnings, stable API support etc.

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