Đánh số phiên bản

In the spirit of Semantic Versioning, I come up with an idea to semantic versioning my vault. Here is the idea:

Given a version number MAJOR.MINOR.PATCH, increment the:

  1. MAJOR version when root folder has significant changes
  2. MINOR version when 1st-level folders has significant changes
  3. PATCH version when 2st-level folders has significant changes

What is significance is up to you. For me, it may be adding or removing a file or folder. Renaming without changing the idea much may be denoted with a letter after (i.e. 33a3b). If your root folder’s structure is already stable before you apply the versioning, you foresee that it will be stable in a far future, then you can skip the MAJOR version if you want.

This idea can be generalize to any hierarchical structure, not just limited to folder structure. For example, a hierarchical graph.

What do you think about this idea?


FYI, in Git you can add tags with:

git tag -a v1.3 -m "tag label here"

If you are new with Git, you can start with Learn Git Branching. It’s really help me.

X.Y
Nếu là vault Obsidian, thì có thể đánh số phiên bản theo kiểu:

  • Nếu thay đổi ở folder cấp 0 thì X tăng 1
  • Nếu thay đổi ở folder cấp 1 thì Y tăng 1

Cập nhật lần cuối : 20 tháng 4, 2024
Tạo : 12 tháng 10, 2023