I’m working on my bachelor graduation dissertation and part of it is to find some open source software and download different versions of it. I downloaded the latest revision of jME using svn and I noticed you have 6k+ submissions. Of course I can’t and it makes no sense to consider every submission as a new version of jME so I was wondering if you have some hidden numbering system for your engine and if you can tell me more about it. What I would need is to know which svn revision corresponds to which version of jME. For example, I noticed that in the submission comments for revision 3802 someone wrote “jME is now 1.0! Yay!”. I searched for other such submissions but couldn’t find any for other versions(for instance I looked up version 2.0 and the only comments I found were about “a base upon which 2.0 will be built”). I’m not sure the developers even thought about how different versions of the engine were released over time but I would appreciate it if you could help me sort this out somehow. Even a more or less precise clue (if there are any) on how versions are distributed over time would be fine.
Releases are tagged so if you look in the tag folder you have a snapshot of the repo at each release.
thank you very much for your answer