after updating to the v2.0 final release I noticed that the pkg-config
version string changed from "2.0.0-beta.3" to "2.0.0+GNU". Apparently
that is not covered by the pkg-config version scheme as it produces the
err: Package dependency requirement 'libkim-api-v2 >= 2.0.0-beta.3' could not
Package 'libkim-api-v2' has version '2.0.0+GNU', required version is '>=
This output comes from my build system, but when running
/usr/bin/pkg-config libkim-api-v2 --atleast-version 2.0.0-beta.3
on the command line this also does not work.
Obviously I can fix it by bumping the min revision string to "2.0.0"
but I was wondering about the purpose of the "+GNU" suffix in general.
Is this change inteded and do I have to expect this to be there from