Build version numbering with Git

June 28th, 2008

The ‘Git’ version-control system is used to develop the Linux kernel, amongst other things, and it’s the most powerful one I’ve used. (And I’m old enough to remember SCCS :-)) It takes some work to get your head around Git, but we’re now using it to develop our CODA system, and it’s been well worth it.

Michael came up with a nice way to number our build versions and has written it up on his blog – might be of interest if you’re using Git already.

If you aren’t, Randall Schwarz’s talk is a good intro.

Posted on Saturday, June 28th, 2008 at 12:16 pm and filed under General, Linux, Open Source, Programming.

4 Responses to “Build version numbering with Git”

  1. Emanuel Says:

    Nice link, thanks!
    I’d suggest this post as well, it helped me a lot.
    http://osteele.com/archives/2008/05/my-git-workflow

    regards,
    Emanuel

  2. hsarvi Says:

    Hi
    The link that you posted seem to be down :( can you post the content if you have saved ?
    thanks,
    hsarvi

  3. qsf Says:

    Mmm, hsarvi – they all seem to work for me…

    Q

  4. hsarvi Says:

    Never mind I found it thanks a lot.

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