[MonoTouch] version numbering
craig.dunn at conceptdevelopment.net
Mon Dec 13 16:38:00 EST 2010
In your *Project* Options -> Build -> iPhone Application -> General tab
there is a Bundle version field (along with the Bundle identifier and
Display name). This is the value you are looking for. MonoDevelop very
kindly puts it in Info.plist for you - do 'Show package contents' on the
.app in any of your build-output folders to see what else goes in there.
I've not done auto-incrementing numbers, but the Project Options -> General
-> Custom Commands has been useful for us to 'swap/rename' between two
Settings.bundle/Root.plist files for Debug and Release...
On Tue, Dec 14, 2010 at 6:53 AM, Jason Awbrey <jason at awbrey.net> wrote:
> A couple of questions regarding version numbers. Right now I'm still
> testing internally so I just want an incremented number so that I can verify
> which build my ad hoc users have loaded.
> 1. In my Solution options, I have my version set to a integer - currently
> 102. My project inherits from my solution, and I don't have a version # set
> in my plist. However, in code when I do this
> it retruns "1.0". Am I misunderstanding what the relation between the
> version # in MonoDevelop is and what CFBundleVersion is looking at?
> 2. How can I auto-increment that version number?
> This post (
> discusses using agvtool, but when I try that it fails because it is looking
> for an XCode project. Is there a way to make this work with MT/MonoDevelop?
> thanks - Jason
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