The hinges all mount the same.
For the last few years (94-95) Jeep had different hinges for the full steel doors. Prior to that, half and full doors had the same hinges, just that the top hinge plate on the half door had three holes tapped out for the mirrors (88-95).
Pre 1994 Factory Full Doors (don't mind the European Spec) without mirror holes in the hinge:
The last years of the YJ saw Jeep change the full door side mirrors from the tiny ones to the same mirrors as the half doors. The change they made was that the top hinge plate for the full door was extended so that the mirror could mount to this plate and not be obstructed by the vent window.
These "full door hinges" retained the same mounting holes to the actual door, they are just longer.
Before the long plate was used in 1994, typically catalogs sold all replacement door hinges with mirror mount holes in them. You can use them for each other. The only issue would be that the later "full door" extended upper hinge plate would interfere with the soft upper doors... and or look odd.
I have "half door hinges" on my full doors and use the half door full mirrors. My full doors are from 1992 and came with the small goofy mirrors.
With the TJ, Jeep removed the vent windows from the full doors therefore making the longer hinge plate unessisary. All TJs used the same door hinges and mirrors for both the full and half doors.