Functionlist view of family

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PowerShell modules use a version field in the module manifest in a semantic major-minor-build-revision format. This is handy for expressing changes in terms of major updates that may break backwards compatibility, minor updates that typically add non-breaking features, or build / revision changes that fix bugs or add tweaks. In most cases, using the version field is completely optional and is left up to the module’s maintainer to increment. However, the PowerShell Gallery is smart enough to ensure that a higher version number is found when publishing a module update.

Functionlist view of family

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