11
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2answers
530 views

Version number as a part of a file name

I see that some software have the version number included as a part of their file name, while others do not. I am more used to the latter type, and I think that is more popular, but I see the former ...
53
votes
7answers
4k views

At what point is version control needed? [duplicate]

I work in embedded systems. Right now, my organization has two full-time programmers and two occasional programmers. It's rare that the same project is worked on by two programmers. All code is stored ...
0
votes
1answer
141 views

Does changing the name of a namespace count as a MAJOR change in semantic versioning?

I'm writing a C++ library, and according to this site here: http://semver.org/, I should increment the MAJOR version when I make incompatible API changes. Is changing the name of a namespace ...
-1
votes
2answers
192 views

One or multiple git repository [duplicate]

So we have different app, in different languages(ruby, php perl). Each app is separate from each other. They do use the same database not none of the code from each app is re-used in another app. What ...
4
votes
2answers
275 views

Git Staging: When to stage? What to do if modification occurs afterwards

I'm rather new to the broad world of Git. I have read the manual and have been practicing but I am confused about few aspects of it, which I couldn't figure out after searching for. I'm wondering: ...
1
vote
1answer
97 views

Strategy for versioning on a public repo

Suppose I'm developing a (javascript) library which is hosted on a public repo (e.g. github). My aim in terms of how version numbers are assigned and incremented is to follow the guidelines of ...
4
votes
2answers
271 views

Bump version before kicking off new development or when tagging a release, which is better?

Some projects bump version before kicking off a new development, while the other projects bump version when tagging a release. Which approach is better? If version number not changed at the start ...
1
vote
3answers
631 views

How can I add the version of a file to the file name with Tortoise-SVN?

I would like to start giving unique names to "cache-able" files - i.e. *.css and *.js - in order to prevent caching, without requiring changes to the web-server settings (as is currently done in IIS). ...
7
votes
3answers
646 views

How to manage/control software versions? [duplicate]

I'm facing a problem to create a version control outline for several already existing software parts for my company. Until now no one - expect for the developers - knows that there are different ...
31
votes
5answers
12k views

How do you achieve a numeric versioning scheme with Git?

My organization is considering moving from SVN to Git. One argument against moving is as follows: How do we do versioning? We have an SDK distribution based on the NetBeans Platform. As the svn ...
18
votes
4answers
1k views

What is the best way to handle product versioning and branching of long term projects?

In a general sense, for long term projects that may have multiple releases during the products life cycle and require support of previous products, what is the best way to handle product versions and ...
5
votes
3answers
2k views

Managing SQL Stored Procedures' Version

I am working with a team of 5 persons. We are using SQL Server as our database. Since long time I want to store the Stored Procedures in SVN so that the versions can be maintained. Is there any tool ...
4
votes
3answers
225 views

Document Versioning

I have been tasked by my boss to look at a system where we create Python scripts and upload them to a server and store details in the DB. He also wants me to implement versioning, so that if any ...
10
votes
6answers
901 views

Branching and versioning strategy for shared libraries

These posts seem related, but my brain is starting to melt, trying to think this through :P My employer has just started using source control, primarily because before they hired more developers, the ...