Matt Glaman Writes on Drupal Module Semantic Versioning

03 May, 2023
Semantic Versioning

Semantic versioning or SemVer is a versioning system that has been on the rise over the last few years. It is a way of meaningfully numbering new software releases. Matt Glaman has published a new blog post regarding the semantic versioning of Drupal modules.

Semantic versions use three numbers in the form of ‘x.y.z’ where: 
‘x’ is a major version number
‘y’ is a minor version number and,
‘z’ is a patch version number

In the blog post, Matt takes us through the developments connected with semantic versioning in Drupal. The post is taken from his talk ‘Lessons learned from helping port the top contrib projects to Drupal 10’ at MidCamp 2023. Matt also lists down his guidelines and recommendations for semantic versioning. Read the article to know more. A video link to his talk at MidCamp is given below.

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