I have a PPA set up to allow an application that I wrote to be installed by others. Currently, I have no plans for the application to be included in the official Ubuntu or Debian repos.
I recently created the packages for the initial version (1.0) of the application for each of the following Ubuntu releases: precise, trusty and vivid. They're versioned like this:
is "trusty", "precise" or "vivid".
Will this versioning work so that I can later make updates available to my users or do I need to change it to something else? For what it's worth, I'm using source format, "3.0 (native)" which may or may not be appropriate in my case... Overall, packaging for upload to PPAs has always been an area of considerable confusion for me and I'm hoping to get a better handle on how this ought to be done. I appreciate any and all help!