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[archive] Source Code Control

[Migrated content. Thread originally posted on 22 October 2009]

Folks,

Any of you sucessfully using a source code control product with AcuBench?

If so, then which one

Any helpful pointers/tips

Here's the deal.
THere will be one centralised location for all projects
The developers will have this duplicated on their own individual machines

What happens right now is that they go off manually ensureing that the code they have is the same as the server

They check a file to ensure no one is currently modifiying that code.

Then they do the changes locally before transferring the program (including .wrk, .psf, .evt etc) back to the server and updating the development document to say why.

We used to use unix's SCCS on our old product - that worked very well.

Thanks,
Shaun
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