Auto Incrementing a project's version number

EmmaLawton

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In VB6 when you built your executable, dll or whatever, you could check a checkbox that would auto increment the version number. Does that exist in VB.net 2003?

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Mykre

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Yes this is in VB.net, the values are in the assemble info file in the solution.
line like 1.0.*.*

this means that the * values are generated by the compiler and would be different each time you rebuild the solution.

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Paszt

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The current minor version can be found by viewing the properties of the file (executable or dll). I can't think of anywhere it is displayed in the IDE. You could also do it via code, but I think viewing the properties is simpler.
 
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