Thought I could let this rest, but will need it sooner than I thought.
As far as we know now:
Is it true that going forward, both 32 and 64 will have the file '/etc/vector-version'?
Leaving the 64-bit flag aside (to simplify by using only 32-bit), the example is:
7.1 STD B1 built on Nov-27-2013
|1 | 2 | 3| 4 |5 | 6 |
Am I right to read this the following way?
1: Maj.min version (7.1)
2: Edition (STD, Light, SOHO, BB)
3: Spin, or release if out of spins (B3, RC1, Gold, LIVE, Deluxe) Not asking which spins we'll have, just the format.
4: Release if not above, or the word "built", which flags end of fields except for last, the date.
5: If "built" above, "on" here. Other wise "built" or some optional thing.
So throw VL<space> on the front, a .iso on the end, substitute hyphens for spaces, and we have our 32-bit ISO name, right?