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Versioning of an application in .net

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I am developing a vb.net application .  In future I may need to change  this application to create a version 2 of the application . How is this done in .net ?    The question ( in general) is to do the version control of an application written in .net
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you can change the application version using AssemblyInfo under Properties.

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You can also use "*" for any of the values to have it auto-increment with each build.

But, bigger picture, you might want to look into proper source control such as sourcesafe, subversion, or TFS. These sorts of products will make it easier for you to version your code and branch/tag versions more effectively. Which basically means that you can snapshot the code base at the start of each new development cycle.
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Subrat (C++ windows/Linux) earned 250 total points
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If u are deploying ur application using 'Click Once'(It's available with VS full edition), then it'll take care of  the versioning...
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