I think using a build number is considerably easier to manipulate in
the code. Its considerably more specific that a version number.
But include both

var Prototype = {
   Build: '5234724',
   Version: '1.6.0.3',
 ...


or

var Prototype = {
   Build: '5234724', // v1.6.0.3
 ...

I can actually think when I'm going to need to call the
Prototype.Version for my code. Let the librarys match it easier.
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