On Dec 6, 12:48 pm, Ido Ran <ido....@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I have a project (C# if it is matter) which I keep inside a git
> repository.
> Every at the end of each development cycle I release a version of the
> project (this is new :)
> There are then few possible actions:
> 1. Continue to develop and never look at this release.
> 2. A bug is found and I need to return to that version, validate it
> and correct it.
> 3. Release the same binary version but for different customer which
> means rebuild and repackage. I use ClickOnce deployment.
> I am currently not keeping the binary deployment packages under the
> same git repository, should I?
> I'm using Tag to mark each release (I never use the same version
> number on different customers) but I have trouble if I need to go back
> after further development and release QFE without create multiple
> branches all over.
> Guidance will be appreciated.

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