Version release

Update time: 0001-01-01

## Version release

Version No.

Major, minor, and revision version numbers are used. For example 2.0.0.

Refer to:

  • Major version number: All versions within a major version number must be compatible with each other. They are not necessarily compatible with other major versions. However, it is best to be downward compatible.
  • Minor version number: represents feature enhancement. The larger the version number, more features it has.
  • Revision version number: represents the BugFix version. Such versions are only used for bug fixing. The larger the version number, the more stable the application.

Version maintenance

At most two versions can be maintained simultaneously.

For example, if the current major version is 2.2.0, the BugFix version 2.1.x will be maintained and bugs in version 2.0.x will no longer be fixed and a version upgrade is recommended.

Release process

  • Daily development uses the SNAPSHOT version, such as 2.0.0-SNAPSHOT.
  • When the modified version is officially released, the version number is revised to a formal version, such as 2.0.0.
  • After release, the next version is pulled up, for example, 2.1.0-SNAPSHOT.