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From Jim Lynch <...@sgi.com>
Subject Re: OT How to maintain a version number
Date Tue, 14 Oct 2003 19:39:12 GMT
Thanks to all who made suggestions.  I'm still sorting through the options.

Jim.

Jim Lynch wrote:

> I've written an application where I need to keep up with the version 
> number.  I'm trying to figure out an elegant way to maintain that in the 
> simplest and perhaps the most automated way.  My source is kept in a cvs 
>  archive but of course there are dozens of files so it would be 
> difficult to base a version number on the version number of a single 
> source or would it?
> 
> The number would be displayed as part of the title(<TITLE> My App 
> 0.92</TITLE>) in the index.jsp so it would have to be easily available 
> to that file. I suppose I could use JNDI, I could hardwire it into the 
> index.jsp file, but I probably want to put it into other .jsp files also 
> and it would be harder to keep up with that way.
> 
> Anyway I'm looking for good ideas from this very enlightened crowd.
> 
> Thanks,
> Jim.
> 
> 
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