Setting the next build number in the UI

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Setting the next build number in the UI

David Ngan

Is there a way to set the next build number through the UI? If not, how likely is it that this feature can/will be added to the UI?

 

Is this the right mailing list to post requests of this nature (i.e., new features)?

 

--Dave

 

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RE: Setting the next build number in the UI

Adam Purkiss
No you cant. It has been talked about on and off for a while, not sure on if there will be a "fix".




Date: Mon, 28 Jul 2008 15:15:12 -0700
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Is there a way to set the next build number through the UI? If not, how likely is it that this feature can/will be added to the UI?

 

Is this the right mailing list to post requests of this nature (i.e., new features)?

 

--Dave

 



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Re: Setting the next build number in the UI

Kohsuke Kawaguchi
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As usual, patches appreciated.

Adam Purkiss wrote:

> No you cant. It has been talked about on and off for a while, not sure on if there will be a "fix".
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> Is there a way to set the next build number through the UI? If not, how likely is it that this feature can/will be added to the UI?
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> Is this the right mailing list to post requests of this nature (i.e., new features)?
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> --Dave
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