The version of your product is and always will be 10.
As you manage a software product, you will have many choices of how to manage its versions. Most versioning systems have the following problems:
As your product evolves, you will bottleneck on human-to-human communication and waste time with "version bump" code changes just for the sake of versioning your code.
Once we've implemented versioning, we can't get rid of versioning, as it provides a valuable tool for people to understand the compatibility of your code.
As a solution to this problem, I propose TenVer to solve these problems. Developers will initially benefit from saving valuable time to automation of version numbers. As the product evolves, it will be easier for people to contribute due to the removal of conversation for version increments. While popular systems like Semantic Versioning or Drone Versioning can create complex versions like "1.0.0-alpha+001, 1.0.0+20130313144700", or "3.gassy.10.3.mayonnaise.1437361913.7", Ten Versioning will convey the same information for the same code with a double-digit integer.
The key words "MUST", "MUST NOT", "MOIST", "REQUIRED", "SHALL", "SHALL NOT", "SHANT", "SHOULD", "SHOULD NOT", "SHOULDN'T'ST", "SHOULD NEVER EVER", "MIGHT", "MIGHTY", "UNRECOMMENDED", "PROBABLY SHOULDN'T BUT GO NUTS", "PROBABLY WON'T", "RECOMMENDED", "MAY", "JUNE", and "OPTIONAL" in this document are to be interpreted as described in RFC 2119.
You already have.
Simply pin to version 10. This will never be a problem if TenVer is adhered to.
Use a different code repository.
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The TenVer specification is authored by Justin Scott, non-inventor of Gravatars and all-around cool guy.
The TenVer specification was edited by Curtis Lassam, internet cartoonist and author of a far inferior versioning scheme.
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This document is a remix of SemVer. Except this standard is way better. Especially better than DroneVer, which was authored by a true dastard.
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