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tech3475

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I would just flip a coin.

All I would suggest is be consistent and avoid too many decimals if it’s expected to be said regularly e.g. 3.1.4.1
 
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Thank you.
You're welcome. For me it all just comes down to how much support the program is going to have after release - long term is always :

major. Minor. Bugfix. (3.4.2)

Short term :

Major. Minor (3.4)

For one offs they usually just get code names - could really be anything and really depends on the program so if it was something related to the program... I just like hearing people saying things like "I'm having a problem with Donkey... Capybara was much more stable"
 

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You're welcome. For me it all just comes down to how much support the program is going to have after release - long term is always :

major. Minor. Bugfix. (3.4.2)

Short term :

Major. Minor (3.4)

For one offs they usually just get code names - could really be anything and really depends on the program so if it was something related to the program... I just like hearing people saying things like "I'm having a problem with Donkey... Capybara was much more stable"
It's long term, and I also want to use x.x.x
 

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For me it's important to have the less ammount of digits possible, it's easier to remember which version is which.
 

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