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Is there a single word to state two versions of a software have the same feature?
I would like to say "Version X+1 is comparable-in-terms-of-features to version X"

I cought "isofunctional" online which seems to be specific to enzymes.

  • In this context, "features" effectively means "functionality". The standard term is functionally equivalent. – FumbleFingers Nov 15 '14 at 13:26
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I'm not a native speaker, but I'd try something in the lines of "feature-equivalent".

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    As a native speaker, "Version X+1 is feature-equivalent to version X" sounds perfectly lucid. – Nick2253 Nov 14 '14 at 16:13
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The word comparable means to have a similar feature, or one which does the same thing. You could just use that as you did in your example.

Product X is comparable to product Y.

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