Many of Apple's applications violate this in which case
CFBundleGetVersionNumber() returns 0 (radr://4577471). It's best not
to do what Apple does and actually follow the documentation.
Ack, at 6/7/06, Dave Dribin said:
From some investigation, it seems Launch Services does not strictly
interpret CFBundleVersion as a NumVersion struct. In fact, some of
Apple's own apps violate the "nn.n.nxnnn" format, such as Mail.app,
which has an CFBundleVersion of "746.2".
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