Thanks for pointing this out. We should probably always assume that the value of a sequence is going to be different. It's something that we should probably ignore by default and allow the user to explicitly specify for comparison.
I'm going to pass this along to our team and see what they think. Thanks for bringing this up.
But, we have addressed this issue in v1.3.0 which is coming out soon (we finish development on Friday, May 27th, and then have to get it through release process). Until the release of v.1.3.0 you can work with our v1.3.0 Beta. Please wait for our next release, though: I mean our release after the current Beta v188.8.131.529 on the web site.
We are hoping to release the next beta this Friday (May 27th).
In the 1.3.0 version we ignore the STARTS WITH clause. This eliminates the redeployment issue with sequences.
Okay, Here are some updates. First, we've re-versioned TEx to v1.5.0. There are so many changes that it warrants a major version change.
We've added support for Materialized Views and Logs. Partitioning Subpartitioning Debugging Etc.
Also, the v1.5.0 Beta has been in heavy rotation. We've been fixing bugs and listening to your feedback. So, with our release just around the corner, v184.108.40.2060 is officially our first Release Candidate.
If you download the v220.127.116.110 Beta, you are going to be getting something that is very close to what the final product will be. Enjoy.