As promised, 1.4.X series will be managed slightly differently,
and this is in preparation of the first installment of it. The
releases will come from the "master" branch to contain both
fixes and enhancements from now on. Hotfix releases when
necessary would have 1.4.X.Y revision numbers, but I am hoping
that we do not have to do that very often.
Since all the exciting and potentially risky developments are to
happen on the "next" branch and they are supposed to graduate to
"master" branch after they are reasonably well cooked, this
change will help the end-users to stay reasonably current
without hopefully not introducing unexpected problems. The
older scheme left out all the enhancements if people followed
packaged versions, and gave big surprises when upgrading from
version X.Y.Z to X.(Y+1).0 which was not so nice.
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Merge branch 'master' into next
git-svn: fix commit --edit flag when using SVN:: libraries
Makefile: do not force unneeded recompilation upon GIT_VERSION changes
Check and document the options to prevent mistakes.
Pass -DDEFAULT_GIT_TEMPLATE_DIR only where actually used.