I’ve spent a few hours today playing with MSBuild to implement an auto-incrementing version number system. Take a look at this picture and descriptions to decipher the new version numbers:
Red: Represents the revision, which goes up by one each time FATXplorer is built/debugged.
Black: Represents the year in which FATXplorer was built.
Blue: Represents the month in which FATXplorer was built.
Green: Represents the day on which FATXplorer was built.
Yellow: Represents the hour on which FATXplorer was built.
Pink: Development branch string. Will vary depending on the progress of the version.
That’s all there is to it.
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