Commit c967deb2 by Alexander Wiebel

[CHANGE #405] adapted VERSION files to migration from hg to git

parent 798f50ee
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# used and parsed. This file has to be here everytime. The VERSION needs to be
# set properly or CMake will fail.
#
# SYNTAX: The version string always is 1.2.3 with an optional postfix of "+hg1234".
# SYNTAX: The version string always is 1.2.3 with an optional postfix of "+git1234".
# This is useful if building is done by scripts. If you want to automatically
# add the correct HG revision, use only +hgX without number.
# add the correct Git revision, use only +gitX without number.
#
# IMPORTANT: If you modify the file, cmake re-creates the version header. But
# it is not able to set all library version. Please re-run cmake if
......@@ -13,6 +13,8 @@
# NOTE: do not add a space after #. The current CMake script will fail.
# Examples:
#VERSION=1.2.0
#VERSION=1.2.0+hgX -> replaces the X with the current revision number
#VERSUIB=1.2.0+hg1234 -> here, revision number was set by the build scripts for example.
VERSION=0.1.0+hgX
#VERSION=1.2.0+gitX -> replaces the X with the current revision number
#VERSION=1.2.0+git1234 -> here, revision number was set by the build scripts for example.
# The current version string:
VERSION=1.0.0
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# used and parsed. This file has to be here everytime. The VERSION needs to be
# set properly or CMake will fail.
#
# SYNTAX: The version string always is 1.2.3 with an optional postfix of "+hg1234".
# SYNTAX: The version string always is 1.2.3 with an optional postfix of "+git1234".
# This is useful if building is done by scripts. If you want to automatically
# add the correct HG revision, use only +hgX without number.
# add the correct Git revision, use only +gitX without number.
#
# IMPORTANT: If you modify the file, cmake re-creates the version header. But
# it is not able to set all library version. Please re-run cmake if
......@@ -13,6 +13,8 @@
# NOTE: do not add a space after #. The current CMake script will fail.
# Examples:
#VERSION=1.2.0
#VERSION=1.2.0+hgX -> replaces the X with the current revision number
#VERSUIB=1.2.0+hg1234 -> here, revision number was set by the build scripts for example.
VERSION=0.1.0+hgX
#VERSION=1.2.0+gitX -> replaces the X with the current revision number
#VERSION=1.2.0+git1234 -> here, revision number was set by the build scripts for example.
# The current version string:
VERSION=0.1.0+gitX
......@@ -2,9 +2,9 @@
# used and parsed. This file has to be here everytime. The VERSION needs to be
# set properly or CMake will fail.
#
# SYNTAX: The version string always is 1.2.3 with an optional postfix of "+hg1234".
# SYNTAX: The version string always is 1.2.3 with an optional postfix of "+git1234".
# This is useful if building is done by scripts. If you want to automatically
# add the correct HG revision, use only +hgX without number.
# add the correct Git revision, use only +gitX without number.
#
# IMPORTANT: If you modify the file, cmake re-creates the version header. But
# it is not able to set all library version. Please re-run cmake if
......@@ -13,6 +13,8 @@
# NOTE: do not add a space after #. The current CMake script will fail.
# Examples:
#VERSION=1.2.0
#VERSION=1.2.0+hgX -> replaces the X with the current revision number
#VERSUIB=1.2.0+hg1234 -> here, revision number was set by the build scripts for example.
VERSION=0.1.0+hgX
#VERSION=1.2.0+gitX -> replaces the X with the current revision number
#VERSION=1.2.0+git1234 -> here, revision number was set by the build scripts for example.
# The current version string:
VERSION=0.1.0+gitX
......@@ -2,9 +2,9 @@
# used and parsed. This file has to be here everytime. The VERSION needs to be
# set properly or CMake will fail.
#
# SYNTAX: The version string always is 1.2.3 with an optional postfix of "+hg1234".
# SYNTAX: The version string always is 1.2.3 with an optional postfix of "+git1234".
# This is useful if building is done by scripts. If you want to automatically
# add the correct HG revision, use only +hgX without number.
# add the correct Git revision, use only +gitX without number.
#
# IMPORTANT: If you modify the file, cmake re-creates the version header. But
# it is not able to set all library version. Please re-run cmake if
......@@ -13,6 +13,8 @@
# NOTE: do not add a space after #. The current CMake script will fail.
# Examples:
#VERSION=1.2.0
#VERSION=1.2.0+hgX -> replaces the X with the current revision number
#VERSUIB=1.2.0+hg1234 -> here, revision number was set by the build scripts for example.
#VERSION=1.2.0+gitX -> replaces the X with the current revision number
#VERSION=1.2.0+git1234 -> here, revision number was set by the build scripts for example.
# The current version string:
VERSION=0.5.0
......@@ -2,9 +2,9 @@
# used and parsed. This file has to be here everytime. The VERSION needs to be
# set properly or CMake will fail.
#
# SYNTAX: The version string always is 1.2.3 with an optional postfix of "+hg1234".
# SYNTAX: The version string always is 1.2.3 with an optional postfix of "+git1234".
# This is useful if building is done by scripts. If you want to automatically
# add the correct HG revision, use only +hgX without number.
# add the correct Git revision, use only +gitX without number.
#
# IMPORTANT: If you modify the file, cmake re-creates the version header. But
# it is not able to set all library version. Please re-run cmake if
......@@ -13,6 +13,8 @@
# NOTE: do not add a space after #. The current CMake script will fail.
# Examples:
#VERSION=1.2.0
#VERSION=1.2.0+hgX -> replaces the X with the current revision number
#VERSUIB=1.2.0+hg1234 -> here, revision number was set by the build scripts for example.
VERSION=0.1.0+hgX
#VERSION=1.2.0+gitX -> replaces the X with the current revision number
#VERSION=1.2.0+git1234 -> here, revision number was set by the build scripts for example.
# The current version string:
VERSION=0.1.0+gitX
......@@ -2,9 +2,9 @@
# used and parsed. This file has to be here everytime. The VERSION needs to be
# set properly or CMake will fail.
#
# SYNTAX: The version string always is 1.2.3 with an optional postfix of "+hg1234".
# SYNTAX: The version string always is 1.2.3 with an optional postfix of "+git1234".
# This is useful if building is done by scripts. If you want to automatically
# add the correct HG revision, use only +hgX without number.
# add the correct Git revision, use only +gitX without number.
#
# IMPORTANT: If you modify the file, cmake re-creates the version header. But
# it is not able to set all library version. Please re-run cmake if
......@@ -13,6 +13,8 @@
# NOTE: do not add a space after #. The current CMake script will fail.
# Examples:
#VERSION=1.2.0
#VERSION=1.2.0+hgX -> replaces the X with the current revision number
#VERSUIB=1.2.0+hg1234 -> here, revision number was set by the build scripts for example.
VERSION=0.1.0+hgX
#VERSION=1.2.0+gitX -> replaces the X with the current revision number
#VERSION=1.2.0+git1234 -> here, revision number was set by the build scripts for example.
# The current version string:
VERSION=0.1.0+gitX
......@@ -2,9 +2,9 @@
# used and parsed. This file has to be here everytime. The VERSION needs to be
# set properly or CMake will fail.
#
# SYNTAX: The version string always is 1.2.3 with an optional postfix of "+hg1234".
# SYNTAX: The version string always is 1.2.3 with an optional postfix of "+git1234".
# This is useful if building is done by scripts. If you want to automatically
# add the correct HG revision, use only +hgX without number.
# add the correct Git revision, use only +gitX without number.
#
# IMPORTANT: If you modify the file, cmake re-creates the version header. But
# it is not able to set all library version. Please re-run cmake if
......@@ -13,6 +13,8 @@
# NOTE: do not add a space after #. The current CMake script will fail.
# Examples:
#VERSION=1.2.0
#VERSION=1.2.0+hgX -> replaces the X with the current revision number
#VERSUIB=1.2.0+hg1234 -> here, revision number was set by the build scripts for example.
VERSION=0.1.0+hgX
#VERSION=1.2.0+gitX -> replaces the X with the current revision number
#VERSION=1.2.0+git1234 -> here, revision number was set by the build scripts for example.
# The current version string:
VERSION=0.1.0+gitX
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