[Bioc-devel] Is version 1.1.0 correct for a new released package?
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Wed Nov 1 19:20:13 CET 2017
On 11/01/2017 11:14 AM, Arman Shahrisa wrote:
> There are two GitHub commits for my package �cbaf� by Bioconductor on 30 October.
> The interesting thing is the first commit changes version in description file from
> 0.99.8 to 1.0.0 while the second one changes 1.0.0 to 1.1.0. Is it correct?
Yes, this is correct. This is part of the release process. What's
important do understand here is that between those 2 version bumps we
created the RELEASE_3_6 branch so the version of your package that is
in the branch is 1.0.0 and is the version that gets released as part
of BioC 3.6 The version in master is 1.1.0 and is part of BioC devel
which will be released in 6 months as BioC 3.7.
Hope this helps,
> In Bioconductor.org the version of published package is 1.0.0. The same thing has happened
> for Bioconductor git repository as well (After pulling the changes made by bioc team).
> Best regards,
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