librsync  2.3.4

librsync uses the SemVer approach to versioning: the major version number changes when the API changes in an incompatible way, the minor version changes when new features are added, and the patchlevel changes when there are improvements or fixes that do not change the API.

The solib/dylib version is simply the major number of the library version.

The librsync signature and patch files are separately versioned under application control, by passing a rs_magic_number when creating a job.

The library version can be checked at runtime in rs_librsync_version.

See for a list of changes.

Only the public interface, defined in librsync.h, is covered by the API stability contract. Internal symbols and functions may change without notice.