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local revision control

Hello,

hope this is the write forum for this. How do developers keep versions of their source files, in the case of a programmer working alone? For collaborative projects with many programmers there are tools as subversion. For beginners like me, or working alone, how should I keep track of my revisions? Is there a common technique?

The project I'm starting have, for now, just some files, like buddy.h, buddy.cpp, location.h, location.cpp and main.cpp. What I've done so far is create a new drawer every time I change a source file and copy all over there. But that means having several files without changes copied multiple times. I guess there should be a better way to do it.

Any suggestions?

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CVS or something similar. Do

CVS or something similar.
Do we have that for OS4 yet?

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Thanks Hans, so subversion

Thanks Hans,

so subversion it is. I'll check your tutorial and give it a try then.

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I run a SubVersion server on

I run a SubVersion server on the PC here at home, and, of course, use CodeBench's built-in SVN client support to make handling the synchronisation much easier.

Simon

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