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Attribute portion of the class name can be omitted, resulting in a version number
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setting something like the following:
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[assembly: AssemblyVersion("1.0")]
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A summary of the attributes used by this file are shown in the following table:
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Common attributes in AssemblyInfo.cs file Attribute AssemblyTitle AssemblyDescription AssemblyCompany AssemblyProduct AssemblyCopyright AssemblyVersion Description The title for this assembly A short description of the assembly The company name for the assembly The product name for the assembly The copyright string for the assembly The version string for the assembly
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Most of these attributes accept a string that specifies the value for the attribute. One exception is the AssemblyVersion attribute. The version number is used internally for comparing expected and actual version numbers of other assemblies, namely programs or libraries, used by your application. The version number format is a string specified as follows:
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These are all expected to be integers. The first two values are for the major and minor version number used by most products these days. Changes in these numbers normally represent incompatible changes with previous versions; that is, version 2.1 is not compatible with version 2.2 of the same library. The build number is for different compiles of the same minor version of an assembly. Occasionally this might introduce incompatibilities, but often version 2.1.17 will operate the same as version 2.1.42, although perhaps with some slight problems in the earlier build that will have been fixed in the later build. The revision number is for bug fixes or other incidental updates, and should not normally break compatibility. In .NET, the build and revision number can be inserted automatically by the compiler. This is done by inserting an asterisk (*) in place of one or both of these numbers. The automated build number is the number of days since January 1, 2000 in local time, and the automated revision number is the number of seconds since the previous midnight, local time, modulo 2. These automated values ensure that a new build and revision number is generated for each compile, that the build number always increases, and that the revision number increases within a generated build. It should be noted that this scheme is good for thousands of years, and that the revision number will never be larger than a 32-bit integer. Some examples and interpretations of version number strings are shown in the following table. 44 GETTING STARTED WITH VISUAL STUDIO .NET
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Assembly version number examples Version String 1 2.1 3.2.1 4.3.2.1 5.4.* 6.5.4.* Major # 1 2 3 4 5 6 Minor # 0 1 2 3 4 5 Build # 0 0 1 2 Days since 1 Jan 2000 in local time. 4 Revision # 0 0 0 1 Seconds since midnight, local time, divided by 2. Seconds since midnight, local time, divided by 2.
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In our application, we will set the version number equal to the current section number. The following steps set the version number for our application to 2.2. While we are here, we will also assign values to other settings in the AssemblyInfo.cs file, and use the ProductVersion property of the Application class to include this version number in the title bar automatically.
SET THE VERSION NUMBER FOR THE MYPHOTOS PROJECT Action 1 Display the project s AssemblyInfo.cs file.
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Results The source code for this file appears in the main window.
In the Solution Explorer window, double click the name of the file. 2 Find the AssemblyVersion line and change the version number to 2.2 . Set the other assembly attributes to reasonable values.
[assembly: AssemblyVersion("2.2")]
In my code, I used the following settings.
[assembly: AssemblyTitle("MyPhotos")] [assembly: AssemblyDescription("Sample application for Windows Forms Programming with C#")] [assembly: AssemblyConfiguration("")] [assembly: AssemblyCompany("Manning Publications Co.")] [assembly: AssemblyProduct("MyPhotos")] [assembly: AssemblyCopyright("Copyright (C) 2001")] [assembly: AssemblyTrademark("")] [assembly: AssemblyCulture("")]
Display the Form1.cs source code file.
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SET THE VERSION NUMBER FOR THE MYPHOTOS PROJECT (continued) Action 5 Locate the Form1 constructor. At the end of the constructor, add code to include the version number in the title bar.
} public Form1 { . . . // Set the application title bar Version ver = new Version(Application.ProductVersion); this.Text = String.Format("MyPhotos {0:#}.{1:#}", ver.Major, ver.Minor);
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