My biggest issue is that it's called 4.1 I like even numbers. If you could update to 4.2 and redeploy that would be great, thanks.
Retired software engineer (2018) who was schooled on IBM S/370 and then worked with Data General and then VAX-11 minicomputers until 1987, at which point I used PCs for the rest of my career. MS-DOS, then Windows 3.1, then Win95 and so on.
The point of that is that I experienced a lot of the MS-DOS/Windows culture, including exploding chicken heads* (which almost all programmers of a certain age will remember).
The common wisdom was that you should never buy Version 1 of any software, but rather you should wait until at least Version 2. The reasoning was that the initial release of any software product would be filled with bugs because it had to be rushed to market with insufficient testing. So basically it's their customer base who has to be the gorillas ferreting out those bugs. You do not want to be that gorilla!
I remember when Microsoft released a brand-new product to its Office suite and we all noticed that instead of labeling it honestly as V1.0, it was released as the same version number as Word, Excel, etc which had already paid their dues. I'm pretty sure that that was Outlook which was released in 1997 as "Version 8.0".
Exploding Chicken Heads
The following is from the documentation on the sound() function in Borland C++ 3.1 Help (1992):
/* Emits a 7-Hz tone for 10 seconds.
True story: 7 Hz is the resonant frequency of a chicken's skull cavity. This was
determined empirically in Australia, where a new factory generating 7-Hz tones
was located too close to a chicken ranch: When the factory started up, all the chickens died.
Your PC may not be able to emit a 7-Hz tone.
Older messages still have links to the right. But maybe there's a problem for new replies. Posting this as a test.
ABE: For this message as originally prepared, clicking of "Preview" did show what I was replying to. But the actual posted message did not show it. And preview of this edit does not show it. So it looks as if that information was lost.
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