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Ideas #480

JonathanWilbur opened this issue Dec 29, 2018 · 0 comments


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commented Dec 29, 2018

  • Non-public versions start at 0.0.0, where version 0.0.0 may only contain immutable / static data structures and constants and comments.
  • As soon as the code contains any functions, methods, calculations, or evaluation of any expressions or conditions, it then becomes 0.1.0.
  • For non-public APIs, since the entire thing is assumed to be buggy or inadequate for public release (hence, private), the meaning of the numbers should "shift over," such that an increment in the minor version number indicates a backwards-incompatible change with a previous version, and an increment of the patch number indicates a backwards-compatible change or improvement in functionality.
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