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Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Version numbers in releases

OK, gotcha now. So when you talk about the "correctly specified" version below, you mean that the users will see the eventual release version, even if we have not bumped the actual delivered version on the update site yet? (In our case while we are arguably feature complete as required for M7, we have enough significant issues with the new functionality that I don't want to bump our current delivered update site version to what would be the planned release version. (BTW, uncertainty about the feature set that would be ready for M7 is the main reason why our project had not yet set a planned release version. That will be taken care of now.))

On Apr 26, 2011, at 2:05 PM, Wayne Beaton wrote:

> You should have a "planned" release of whatever version of your software
> you're planning to release with Indigo.
> HTH,
> Wayne
> On 04/26/2011 05:00 PM, Miles Parker wrote:
>> Hi Wayne,
>> Does/should that number be the next planned Release version or the current development version or does it matter?
>> thanks,
>> Miles
>> On Apr 26, 2011, at 12:48 PM, Wayne Beaton wrote:
>>> Hey folks. Many Indigo projects have either not provided, or not
>>> correctly specified version numbers for the Indigo release.
>>> If you want your project's version number included on the pages we
>>> produce you'll need to provide this information. If your project's
>>> version number doesn't show up on this page [1] (not currently an
>>> "official" page, just some experimental work to prepare the way for
>>> Nathan), then you need to fix this.
>>> You can specify your releases in the portal :
>>> [project] > [maintain] project info meta-data > release
>>> The version name should include the number (e.g. "1.0.0"). You can
>>> include extra text if you want (e.g. "1.0.0 Helios"), but we'll just
>>> render the number part. Further, the release date needs to be in June
>>> 2011. Anything that looks like a milestone (e.g. '1.0.0M2') or rc (e.g.
>>> '1.0.0RC2') will be ignored.
>>> Let me know if you need any help.
>>> Remember that IP Logs need to be submitted by May 18. Unfortunately,
>>> I've hit a snag that I haven't been able to resolve with the new IP
>>> tools, so we're going to go with the existing online tools for now. If
>>> you need help, let me know.
>>> Thanks,
>>> Wayne
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