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Snapshot Versions Vs. Incremental Versions

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scmuser created the topic: SNAPSHOT versions Vs. incremental versions
SNAPSHOT versions Vs. incremental versions

Hi All,

I am in a process of pushing Maven in my organization and I have a methodology question.
Up until now (before Maven), in most R&D teams, the development was broken into builds. If, for example we have a module called “my-module” with version 4.7.1.0, each build produced a jar will the following method:
My-module-4.7.1.0-01 (for build number 1)
My-module-4.7.1.0-02 (for build number 2)
And so on…

Now, when the module is built with Maven, each time the team deploy the module to Maven repository (release type), there is a new release version.
I think, the better way is to use SNAPSHOT version during development, so that all artifacts are under the same version umbrella. The problem is that the teams want to have a significant artifact for each build, something that says: this artifact is of build number 6…

1) Do you agree with me that the SNAPSHOT way is better?

2) Can you give your reasons of why this is better?

Rajesh Kumar