I am using this article to aspnetzero version https://docs.aspnetzero.com/en/common/latest/Version-Updating
I have an existing project, so I followed this section :
• First, create a new repository • Create an empty project from AspNet Zero website using your existing project name but select the version when you started development for your project. If you don't remember the initial AspNet Zero version you have started your project, you can check [*.Core/AppVersionHelper.cs]. • Add downloaded source code to your new repository and push to master branch. • Create a branch named dev from master branch. • Create two branches named aspnetzero and migrate from dev branch. • Copy your existing project's source code to migrate branch. • Switch to dev branch and update it from migrate branch. In this step, you will face conflicts. You have to resolve those conflicts manually.
and it comes back will all changes from migrate to dev branch, BUT it also overrides dev branch.
Thanks, Amr Saafan https://www.nilebits.com/
After creating the migration branch from dev branch , yes AppVersionHelper is 10.2 , but after copy my existing project to the migration brnach, the version became 10.1 because AppVersionHelper at my existing project is 10.1
The documentation is saying: Copy your existing project's source code to the migration branch