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Incrementing AssemblyVersion revision number on each build

, 2 Oct 2011
Change the revision number of your project without manual intervention.

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3 Oct 2011
wmjordan
Some people remarked that the Visual-Studio-generated build number actually contains a hidden timestamp, which, I think, is far from being intuitive. I wrote the following snippet to do something similar but is easier to understand.Beside changing the version number, we can even write build...
15 Sep 2011
vdasus
I have written two articles here with solutions to solve this problem. Maybe it'll be useful for somebody:Autoincrement Version in Visual StudioAutoincrement Build Version, Using VCS (bazaar plugin included)
15 Sep 2011
Anas Karkoukli
I would much rather taking advantage of the tools Visual Studio provides. If you have a continuous building in place, then you might as well use MSBUILD itself from the command line with a Custom MSBUILD TASK. For more infrmation and background on the concept, please refer to this...

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