Re: Versioning on Build
- From: "Tom Serface" <tom.nospam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 23 May 2007 14:14:45 -0700
Would something like this work for you:
"Stick" <Stick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:0E22A0FF-25F6-46EE-9BA6-E9ACD61E9ACB@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
I would love to be able to have the build number increment each time I
compile, but I am not familiar with the correct way to do versioning in C++.
I have VS 2005 Pro, and in a header, I have this:
#define VERSION_MAJOR 1
#define VERSION_MINOR 0
#define VERSION_BUILD 200
// Magic to get the preprocessor to do what we want
#define lita(arg) #arg
#define xlita(arg) lita(arg)
#define cat3(w,x,z) w##.##x##.##z##\000
#define xcat3(w,x,z) cat3(w,x,z)
#define VS_VERSION_INFO 0x0001
but, while that info shows up if I look at the file properties, it still
shows 22.214.171.124 if I hover over the file.
Also, this is not automatic.
How can I change that version tha shows on hover? How does one setup
properly to have builds increment with each compile automatically?
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