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

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In WCF, why would one deliberately use strict schema validation?

I'm reviewing best practices articles for WCF versioning. A lot of the recommendations revolve around one decision: "Are you using strict versioning? If so, treat every contract as immutable. If not, ....
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Is there a metric for software stability for packages with few users?

Software packages usually get a label for stability, like 'alpha', 'beta', or 'stable', next to their version string. It seems the most used metric to decide which stage a package belongs to is the ...
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How to manage and improve a web application with 50 customers?

We've developed a Web Application using ASP.NET and Sql Server. We've started selling it and of course are still continue improving and developing it. How do we go about updating each client's ...
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TestFlight version numbers

If I update an iOS app as a result of tester feedback during TestFlight, should I be updating the "marketing" version number, or just the build number? My current (initial) version number is X.Y.Z ...
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Approach to Web Services Exposure By Version

What's a good approach to exposing web services of different versions on the same URL? I don't want to have different URLs for different versions so I can change which version consumers are using from ...
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Naming convention for classes that represents different versions of the same thing [closed]

Let's imagine I have an abstract class named ProtocolA that represents the basic operations to work with the protocol A. Such protocol is in version 1, but new revisions are expected in the future. ...
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Is the version problem a nightmare in programming? [closed]

Let say you are building an app and you are using the latest library verion from a third party (say ver2.jar). Then you saw an example written 2 years ago, but that example uses the ver1.jar Now in ...
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Using words instead of numbers for versioning? [closed]

Would it be considered acceptable to use word compounds instead of numbers for version iterations? For example in a pattern: "[Adjective] [Noun]" The first version could be something like: "...
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Is the string “1.2.3f4” a standard format for version numbers?

The game development package Unity uses the following version numbering scheme: {major}.{minor}.{patch}{type}{number} With the following known types: a = alpha b = beta f = final Some examples: ...
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GIT Permissions [closed]

There is something not clear for me and this is how to prevent other people read my code. The thing is that I want people create their own branches but not to view the other's branches. If someone is ...