We're trying to move our project documentation process from Google Documents to a set of self-hosted Git repositories. Text documents are Git-friendly enough, since we usually do not need any fancy ...
Sometimes it would be nice to be able to say something like: (git|svn|hg|etc) diff Foo.c:main (git|svn|hg|etc) log log Foo.c:main to see the changes made to a specific function within a source file ...
No question that the majority of debates over programmer tools distill to either personal choice (by the user) or design emphasis, i.e., optimizing design according to particular uses cases (by the ...
We release a number of small plug-ins that go along with our software. Each plug-in allows our software to talk to a single manufactuer's hardware. I would like to devise a system for keeping track ...
1) Should static analysis tool config be placed in source control? This config is not needed to compile/run software and some developers can have different preferences (even within coding convention). ...
I know, and use, two version control systems: Subversion and git. Subversion, as of now, gets used for personal projects where I am the only developer and git gets used for open source projects and ...
In my previous job the tool chain was Task control: FogBugz Development Env: Visual Studio 2008 Source Control: SubVersion Integrated build: CruiseControl.NET Unit Tests: Nant Coverage: ...
My current state is a mixture of spreadsheets, wikis, documents, and dated folders for my input/configuration and output files and bzr version control for code. I am relatively new to programming ...
Obviously related to What's the best version control system? but i did not find anything for my particular case. I'm currently doing solo project all time. but other peoples may access it. Working ...