This means if I want to play around with rewriting bulldata, I can copy and poke at bulldada-0.0.2.js, and change the
scripttag to call for 0.0.2 when I'm happy with it. This means I am developing with the production server, but not necessarily with production tools. This makes me happy.
Let's think about Perl. In my programs, I can specify a version:
use BullDada 0.01 ;
In my modules, I can set that version:
package BullDada ; our $VERSION = 0.01 ; 1;
Question is, how to have multiple modules with the same name in the same directory structure? By testing with Perl 5.18, I know that you can't have
BullDada_0.2.pm, both starting with
package Bulldada, and expect it to work. It seems that if I wanted to keep programs from using BullDada.pm with $VERSION = 0.01, I could specify BullDada 0.02, but I could also delete the old version and never use versioning at all.
Unless I'm doing it wrong. I'm willing to grant I'm doing it wrong. If there is a way to do it right, what is it?