[UPHPU] Source Code Control Options

Mike Mackrory mike at echovue.com
Wed Mar 12 20:58:12 MDT 2008

Thanks Dave, and everyone else who contributed to this.


I think we're going to give subversion a try.  I'm afraid I wasn't to sure
on exactly what our needs were, but that's were it helps to have access to
the combined experience of the Group.

Thanks again.





From: Dave Stevenson [mailto:dnstevenson at gmail.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, March 12, 2008 7:44 PM
To: mike at echovue.com
Cc: uphpu at uphpu.org
Subject: Re: [UPHPU] Source Code Control Options


On Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 8:27 AM, Mike Mackrory <mike at echovue.com> wrote:

I was hoping I could tap into some of the experience of the group.  I've
been tasked with researching options for a new Source Code Control System.
Our current system doesn't allow us to check in/out code or roll changes
back, hence the need to find a new one.

Does anyone have any recommendations for systems they would recommend that I
look at, or avoid?  The primary development machines run on Windows and it
would be preferable that the code itself be stored on a Linux box.

I'd give Subversion a try.  Its pretty painless to get up and running.
Combined with Tortoise for Windows, I think you'll find it easy to learn and
get started.


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