A programming discipline for tracking, storing and retrieving revisions of source code.

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Is it possible to deploy a maven artifact straight to a webserver?

Say I have my project that looks like /src/main/java/... /src/main/resources/... /src/main/webapp pom.xml And I have this stored in my version control, Git/SVN etc. My artifact has a signature ...
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How to set up embedded projects for maintainability

We are about to start using FreeRTOS with lwip and mbed-tls as a platform for new products. We're working in an Linux environment and I'm tasked with setting up our first project. In Linux we ...
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Source control: projects which share a 3rd library which is still under development in RTC

this is not a new question for source control, but IBM's Rational Team Concert is a slightly different animal than Git, SVN, etc. We have a number of .NET web sites under development with Visual ...
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Setup SVN repository with multiple applications and libaries while maintaining specific versioning per application

In our project team we have one SVN repository which holds multiple applications and libraries (all QT projects) /trunk/App_X/ /trunk/App_Y/ /trunk/App_Z/ /trunk/Lib_A/ /trunk/Lib_B/ /trunk/Lib_C/ ...
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Good practice to share resources in MVC web projects

If we are working on multiple ASP.NET MVC projects that share a lot of common stuff like CSS, Scripts, or even utility C# methods, etc... what is a good way to keep them in one place ? Currently I ...
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Working on the same file for two tickets

The company policy where I work is that code cannot be committed to SVN until a code review is complete. This is sensible enough as we don't want broken code ending up in the repo, but it does give us ...
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What git process when it says “removing duplicate objects” on merging branches?

Git displayed "removing duplicate objects" after I merged a branch to another and noticed my .git/objects folder has significantly reduced (from 40.7 MB to 33.5 MB). Isn't branch just supposed to be ...
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Version Control for several projects

I've found several things about how to manage a data science projet with GIT but I didn't find something about how to manage a set of projects. In 90% of the case I'm working alone and over the ...
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Separate Version Control repository as Binary Package repository?

(( The context I have is, but is I think not too important to this question: Windows only development; Visual Studio; mostly C++ with some .NET/C# )) (I think that) Binaries should go into Version ...
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version control (mercurial) access by subproject

I have a central codebase, from which I branch subprojects for each client. Right now I have the central codebase in mercurial repo A and client specific code in mercurial repo B, C, D... etc. I would ...
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Best way to handle multiple environment specific sql scripts in source control

I am maintaining an app that uses a lot of sql server 2008r2 stored procs, views etc. The problem that I have is that certain stored procedures/views have code that is specific to the environment: ...
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Is there a way to group branches from separate Git repositories [using Visual Studio]?

At my job we are migrating from TFS to VSTS Git, though the VCS types probably don't really matter as much as how we're using them. We use VS2015 for development usually, in case that matters. The ...
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Which git branches should I tag?

I read this nice post: Git branching and tagging best practices I really like the NVIE git branching model and I try to use something very similar: http://nvie.com/posts/a-successful-git-branching-...
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Using ClearCase file revision system for a multiple teams for a single file

We use ClearCase for file revision system. If a particular common file is considered, there are about 1000 revisions through branches and sub branches, the main branch is getting updated, but nobody ...
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Is there value is putting test/build outputs under source control?

My colleagues insist on ploughing every bit of output data they can into subversion. I can't see the value in this practice and would much rather use a file system. The key offenders are build and ...
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Version Control & Deployment on Large Ecommerce Site

I am currently Front End Dev for a large ecommerce store and I'm wanting to switch the entire site to a Version Control System (Git) and Deployment service (Beanstalk). I'm having trouble ...
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What's the difference between subversion and tortoise SVN?

Just like my title states, I want to know what the difference is between subversion and tortoise SVN. I know they both have to do with version control but I'm unsure as to how they both fit in. Do I ...