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From: Guillaume Rousse <Guillaume.Rousse@i...>
Subject: caml versions format
I just get struck by a "3.10+dev8" version string, which breaks my
assumtion that ocaml version are always formated as X.Y.Z, where X, Y
and Z are numerical only.

Do all development version using this specific format, or are they any
other fancy extension ? And how should it get compared to other version
? Should 3.10+dev8 satisfy a minimal 3.10.0 version requirement ?