Versioning is the way changes to programs deemed worthy of release are notated.

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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 ...
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Separating Data and Implementation

I'm working on a project that has frequent changes on the database and the implementation layers. I was releasing both the code and the database under the same release version, but since the database ...
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[YYYY].[MM].[DD].[hh][mm] vs. [major].[minor].[revision] [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What “version naming convention” do you use? I am currently debating between the traditional versioning convention [major].[minor].[revision] and my own, ...
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What is your application versioning strategy? [duplicate]

I would be interested to get the SO community's opinions on the best application versioning strategy. My questions: How do you keep track of your application's version number? Do you have a formal ...
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What Are The Best Practices for Managing Version Strings in Google App Engine Apps?

In Google App Engine, you can upload up to 10 different versions on your appspot project. For instance, if I have a project called example, the URL would be: http://example.appspot.com Each version ...
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How to automatically generate build numbers for a Python GitHub project?

What's the best way to automatically generate or increment version numbers for a (python) project that's on GitHub? In the past I've always manually incremented the versions number manually via the ...
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Notification service for software version updates

There are a lot of (open source) projects that I'm interested in - dozens at least. I'd like to get a notification whenever a new version is released. Is there a service that does this?
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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 ...
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Could Most Software Companies & Users Benefit From Rolling Versions

Having used Google Chrome now for a couple of years, I've really gotten to like rolling/automatic updates. I know that most modern software has "automatic updates", but many large pieces of software ...
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How to maintain different, customized versions of the same software for multiple clients

we have multiple clients with different needs. Although our software is modularized to a degree, it's almost certain that we need to adjust every module's business logic here and there a little for ...
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What is the current “standard” for setting up a development environment that supports remote collaboration as well as secure version control?

What is the current "standard" for setting up a development environment that supports remote collaboration as well as secure version control? Considering a virtual dedicated solution with vm for a ...
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Forked a project, where do my version numbers start?

I have forked a project and have changed lots of it. This fork isn't just a small feature change here and a buried bug fix there, its a pretty substantial change. Only most of the core code is shared. ...
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What exactly is the build number in MAJOR.MINOR.BUILDNUMBER.REVISION

What I think about Build Numbers is that whenever a new nightly build is created, a new BUILDNUMBER is generated and assigned to that build. So for my 7.0 version application the nightly builds will ...
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How do you version your files (Version Numbers) [duplicate]

I wonder how do you decide on the version number of your apps, do you really record down all changes made (for a change log)? Then how will you decide how to increment the version number. eg. +0.0.1 ...
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Should you version web applications?

I've recently had a discussion with a coworker about versioning web applications. I don't think you need it at all, and if you just want a sanity check to confirm your latest release is live, I think ...
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Why does it seem so hard for non programmers to understand versioning?

In the past I have worked with designers, BAs and project managers, all who regularly produce project artifacts, yet very really do they understand the concept of versioning. When I try to explain it ...
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What “version naming convention” do you use? [closed]

Are different version naming conventions suited to different projects? What do you use and why? Personally, I prefer a build number in hexadecimal (e.g 11BCF), this should be incremented very ...