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# version should be in the following format:
# We have four types of releases, Major (3.0), Minor (3.1), Update (3.0 UR1)
# and Patch (3.0 UR1 Patch 1), so we are going to let our version number go
# upto four digits. However, we will start with 3.0 and add more digits as
# As for build-number, we will use three digits. The first two digits will
# correspond to our well known build numbers with alphabets in build number
# being translated to the second digit (so build 17 will become 17.0 and
# build 18a will be 18.1). The third digit will default to 0 and will be
# used when we start publishing our nightly builds to a package repository.
# In that case, the number will be incremented by 1 for each nightly build.
# We will start with 2-digit form and add the third digit when we need it.
# So, to start with our package versions would look like 3.0,0-18.0.
# Now, there are some packages used in GlassFish that have their own
# well-defined versions (for example, grizzly, Felix, JavaDB etc.) and we
# will use that. We will not add build numbers for these packages. For
# example, grizzly version would look like 1.8.2-0,0.
glassfish_description="GlassFish v3 Application Server"
glassfish_description_long="GlassFish v3 is an application server created using modular, lightweight, extensible architecture built on OSGi. It is the first implementation of Java EE 6 standard and is a great developer platform, starts fast, is easy to use and has extensions to support dynamic languages like jRuby. "