This only shows that Prime 6 is not even being planned. So far there is 188.8.131.52, then there will be 184.108.40.206, then 220.127.116.11, then 18.104.22.168 and it may take forever this way. I don't know how long are you planning to live, but chances are that you will never see 22.214.171.124. Mind you, SMath is still at 0.99.something-something 🙂
This proves my point: it is not worth waiting for prime 6, since I do not expect it to be at par with Mathcad 15 any time soon. Even less so when PTC isn't even planning for it.
Pro/Engineer Creo Parametric moved from 126.96.36.199 to 188.8.131.52 and then 184.108.40.206. The last number seems to be 0 for all PTC products. The second number can go pretty high, I see 2206 for something I don't even know what it is. Perhaps a build number. Then there is a sequential number, what used to be datecode, then the major version number. This is all to confuse the enemy.
Raiko, my suggestion: don't wait for a specific version number (they tend to change version numbering on a random basis). Try waiting for a specific functionality implemented in the software. Not that it makes any difference, though. Like positive zero vs negative zero.
I HOPE MATHCAD 15 WILL LIVE FOREVER...
Tomorrow we will raise our glasses and offer this toast!
For Mathcad animation too!
Right you are Konrad.
Perhaps, that's the reason why my initial response was rather cynical. So, let's wait and see when controls, proper graphing and the rest of Mathcad 15 functionality returns.