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RTSDK release labels vs ETA/EMA tags

What's the strategy for RTSDK release labels: SDK version differs from actual API version it contains? E.g. latest RTSDK version is 2.0.5.L1, while ETA/EMA in it is 3.6.5.0 Is there a plan to have them in sync? Which way? Thank you.

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The first version of Elektron SDK is 1.0.0 and it contains EMA/ETA 3.0.0.

Then, Elektron SDK has been rebranded to RTSDK. RTSDK 2.0.0 contains EMA/ETA 3.6.0. The version mappings of RTSDK and EMA/ETA are shown below.


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Hello @RG1

The version number of RTSDK (2.X.X) refers to the "overall SDK" version, while the version number of the ETA/EMA APIs (3.X.X) refers to the "separated API" version.


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Hi @RG1

The EMA and ETA version numbers are kept in sync with our RTDS infrastructure components versioning - whereas the RT-SDK version started at 1.0 and has been incremented as per newer releases of the overall SDK.

There are no plans at present to sync the RT-SDK version with the EMA/ETA version numbers.

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