You want to know how to version your assemblies and any potential pitfalls.
Edit the AssemblyVersion(“126.96.36.199”) attribute in the AssemblyInfo.cs file, and give the assembly a specific version number. Change the version number when you publish a new version of the assembly.
Specifying a version number is important because it gives the assembly a strong name. One gotcha: If you use an asterisk in the version number, the version number changes each time you recompile the assembly. As a result, all client assemblies have to be recompiled and the identity of any enclosed types will change. Further, this will lead to problems when deserializing an object that was serialized by a previous version of the same assembly.
// Incorrect. Uses an asterisk. [assembly: AssemblyVersion("1.0.*")] // Correct. Remember to change as needed. [assembly: AssemblyVersion("188.8.131.52")]