Beginning in June 2020, EFAB will switch to “Calendar Versioning” for all software products to help you easily understand the length of support, compatibility, stability of any release and how much time has elapsed between two releases.
What is Calendar Versioning?
Beginning in June 2020, EFAB will switch from Semantic Versioning to Calendar Versioning. So, rather than version numbers in an x.y format (e.g,, 11.18), the calendar-based format will reflect the date of release into the version number. The format will be yy.m.x or yy.m.
For example, if an eDesigner is released in June of 2020, it’s version will be 20.6.0 or 20.6. When the eDesigner releases again in the month of June, the new version will be 20.6.1 and for the second release in the same month it would be 20.6.2. In this way, the first release of October will be 20.11 and so on.