Excuse me, but I am running the five year old version 3.94a and now you're at 3.96r?
Zeus is actually at 3.96s
That change is in the SECOND DECIMAL PLACE of the revision number. That's supposed to be MAJOR?
Zeus has never really had a MAJOR version number. The first and last MAJOR version number was back in the days of 3.0 when the editor was completely re-written when compared to the earlier 2.75 version.
After that point releases came out ever 8-10 months and with each new release the first decimal place of the version was incremented.
Move on 9 years using this approach and there is no more room to increment the version number and the version number can't go to 4.0 since there are no plans to re-write the current 3.x code base
So solution was to move the version increment to the second decimal place.
Now that also worked for a while (i.e. 3.91, 3.92, 3.93, 3.94, 3.95 etc) but it's obvious this scheme is also doomed to fail.
So move on to 2007 and this all has to change. Rather than releasing every 8-10 months, releases are now being done more frequently and to designate the version a letter is added to the version number.
Now while this scheme is also going to run into trouble some time in the future, at least there are a lot more numbers to play with
I am running the five year old version 3.94a
While the version number may not have change much, the version 3.96s is nothing like the 3.94a version.
In fact the 3.94a version is so different from the latest Zeus it can be downloaded free of charge from this link:http://www.zeusedit....m/z300/ze32r394a.zip
It's like a Zeus Lite version