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Yes everyEvery pull request that gets merged to master should be versioned.

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However, depending on your team's workflow you still might end up with multiple commits to master without a version. If there are several commits in a pull request that doesn'tdo not get squashed (imho itThey shouldn't bein my opinion), you may still might end up with 10 commits and just 1 new version.

Yes every pull request that gets merged to master should be versioned.

More importantly, in other words, if it shouldn't be a new version (at least patch) it likely shouldn't be merged to master (because the feature/fix/etc isn't completely done).

However, depending on your team's workflow you still might end up with multiple commits to master without a version. If there are several commits in a pull request that doesn't get squashed (imho it shouldn't be) you still might end up with 10 commits and just 1 new version.

Every pull request that gets merged to master should be versioned.

If it shouldn't be a new version (at least a patch), it likely shouldn't be merged to master because the feature/fix/etc is not complete.

However, depending on your team's workflow you still might end up with multiple commits to master without a version. If there are several commits in a pull request that do not get squashed (They shouldn't in my opinion), you may still end up with 10 commits and just 1 new version.

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Yes every pull request that gets merged to master should be versioned.

More importantly, in other words, if it shouldn't be a new version (at least patch) it likely shouldn't be merged to master (because the feature/fix/etc isn't completely done).

However, depending on your team's workflow you still might end up with multiple commits to master without a version. If there are several commits in a pull request that doesn't get squashed (imho it shouldn't be) you still might end up with 10 commits and just 1 new version.