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

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WCF Versioning, Naming and Endpoint URL

I have a WCF Service and a Main Lib1. Say, I have a Save Profile Service. WCF gets data (with predefined data contract) from client and pass the same to the Main Class Lib1, generate response and ...
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Database version management on mobile apps

I am about to start building a mobile (iOS/Android) app that uses a local database (probably sqlite). Since this is my first "real" mobile app, I am wondering what the standard approaches are to ...
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What's the semantic version of the same software for different OS?

What's the semantic version of the same software for different OS ? For exemple : X.Y.Z X is a major version Y is a minor version Z is a patch If I have the same version but for 3 different OS; How ...
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single app and multiple distributed service versions

The problem that I have is with versioning of a single mobile application (created with Cordova) and the WCF web services that it consumes. Situation: The latest version of the mobile app is always ...
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Which git branches should I tag?

I read this nice post: Git branching and tagging best practices I really like the NVIE git branching model and I try to use something very similar: http://nvie.com/posts/a-successful-git-branching-...
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How and where should I put a version number in my Django project?

I'm making a Django project consisting of several apps and I want to use a version number for the whole project, which would be useful for tracking the status of the project between each time it comes ...
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Good structure for customizable software/framework (JavaEE) with Maven

In a way this question touches similar issues like other before, for example this one: How to maintain different, customized versions of the same software for multiple clients It's a bit different ...
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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 ...