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How to check version numbering in .pkg files on Symbian

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Platform(s): S60 1st Edition
S60 2nd Edition
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S60 1st Edition
Created: User:Technical writer 2 (24 May 2005)
Last edited: hamishwillee (14 Jun 2012)


How can I check version numbering in .pkg files?


he version number of an application can be set in the .pkg file. The version number consists of three different numbers. The first number stands for the major version number. The second number is the minor version number and the last one is the build number. Note that the minor version number is displayed with at least two digits, in other words, 1 is displayed as 01, and so on.
For example:
#{"My app"},(0x1234ffff),1,0,0,TYPE=SISAPP // v. 1.00 build 0
#{"My app"},(0x1234ffff),1,2,0,TYPE=SISAPP // v. 1.02 build 0
#{"My app"},(0x1234ffff),1,10,0,TYPE=SISAPP // v. 1.10 build 0
#{"My app"},(0x1234ffff),1,3,2,TYPE=SISAPP // v. 1.03 build 2
#{"My app"},(0x1234ffff),1,20,3,TYPE=SISAPP // v. 1.20 build 3

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