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Mayur PandeCourses Plus Student 11,711 Points
Bump version confusion with git
So after completing the git course, I decided to use nvie's, however I am not using the git-flow program, in order to practise making commits, merges, push and pulls by myself. However in nvie's model he mentions using a bumping a version.sh file for the release. I am not sure what this is or how to go about creating it. I was reading on the net that there are git repositories for it. But seeing as my project is one of the ones of treehouse, I am just trying a create a simple version. Is this possible, or do I have to use one of the ones created out there?