So there are 3 computers that I use to work on this project with, my home PC, work PC, and work Mac (for building to devices). The project has an SVN repository that two other programmers use so I ...
The project I am working on is version controlled by SVN, and the unspoken rule at work is to commit only when a new stable feature is added (in order to have a "clean" revision history with no ...
So, we have just migrated from SVN to Perforce. I'm having a little trouble trying to figure out the best workflow. For Subversion, I did the following (via TortoiseSVN): Check out repo Do work ...
At the company I work we use SVN. The SVN repository resides on the local server. When developing we commit the changes to SVN on the local server which transfers the changes via ftp to a testsite ...
I work at a place that is CVS-crazy and Bugzilla-nuts. There are so many branches off each release that one cannot count them. Everyone is constantly auto-merging. There is no fluidity at this job. ...