Vault7: CIA Hacking Tools Revealed
Owner: User #71473
Basic Bit v1.0
Stash Repository: Basic Bit v1.0 Repository
Testing Repository: Project Tests Repository
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2015-07-17 10:26 [User #71473]:
Gotcha – that's a lot more clear. For this one it may not matter, I don't anticipate a v2.0 at this time, but I guess we'll burn that bridge when we get there.
2015-07-16 10:59 [User #524297]:
Hmm... you are right... not what was intended. Will modify.
My point was that if you are severing history, then you should create a new repo.
If you are not, then it should remain in the same repo and you should use tags.
To be fair, it also says under DON'T:
- Incorporate version numbers into your Stash project names or repositories
2015-07-16 10:37 [User #71473]:
Wait... I thought having a separate repo for every version under the project was recommended?seems to imply that...
- When starting a new version or full rewrite of an existing project, make a new source repository for it located in the existing project.
I currently use tags for released versions numbers and release candidates, so I can separate out v1.0 from, say, v1.0.1 or v1.1.
v2.0 would get its own repo.
2015-07-16 03:29 [User #524297]:
Use of version numbers in Git repository names are not recommended! (Reason being, it's not specific enough).
Use Git tags for tracking version numbers, as a tag will be directly associated with a specific commit hash object.