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Agreed-- solid thinking on the part of M. What would it take to implement this (I mean, would someone have to go through each node and add the text, or do some already have it or what?)?

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In reply to RE: Version numbers for perlman nodes by mcwee
in thread Version numbers for perlman nodes by mdillon

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