A new major version of Electron is in the works, and with it some changes to our versioning strategy. As of version 2.0.0, Electron will strictly adhere to Semantic Versioning.
This change means you'll see the major version bump more often, and it will usually be a major update to Chromium. Patch releases will also be more stable, as they will now only contain bug fixes with no new features.
- Chromium 版本更新
- Node.js 重大版本更新
- Electron 突破性 API 变更
- Node.js 次要版本更新
- Electron 无突破性 API 变更
- Node.js patch 版本更新
- 修复相关的 chromium 补丁
- Electron bug fixes
Because Electron's semver ranges will now be more meaningful, we recommend installing Electron using npm's default
--save-dev flag, which will prefix your version with
^, keeping you safely up to date with minor and patch updates:
npm install --save-dev electron
For developers interested only in bug fixes, you should use the tilde semver prefix e.g.
~2.0.0, which which will never introduce new features, only fixes to improve stability.
For more details, see electronjs.org/docs/tutorial/electron-versioning.