[Bioc-devel] Version change when major redesign
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Wed Jan 6 18:51:20 CET 2021
Bioconductor follows the following rules when it comes to version numbering. http://bioconductor.org/developers/how-to/version-numbering/
Remember, In your version number x.y.z, y should be odd in devel branch, and such major changes need to happen only in the devel branch. For regular feature development, only bump the "z".
Check the section which has the "Even odd schedule", that should answer all your questions.
"As a special case, any package with version x.99.z is bumped to (x+1) . 0 . (z-z) in release, and (x+1) . 1 . 0 in devel. Thus authors wishing to signify a major change to their package should set y to 99 in their devel package."
Please let us know if you have any questions.
On 1/6/21, 7:07 AM, "Bioc-devel on behalf of FREMY Enora" <bioc-devel-bounces using r-project.org on behalf of Enora.FREMY using cea.fr> wrote:
I'm currently working on the Bioconductor package Prostar. We made huge changes both on style and content (redesigned into Shiny modules) and we'd like to move on version 2, instead of next version planned. Is that possible ? Do we let Bioconductor know just before the release in April or write our new version number in the DESCRIPTION file will be enough ?
Thanks in advance for your reply,
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