Version Control...

by Kim Standerline 2 replies
Hi guys

I want to use version control for a project, please can anyone recommend something. (Preferably an online solution)

Cheers
Kim
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  • Profile picture of the author gacott
    I use either Git or Subvesrion. For both there are a number of commercial and non commercial solutions for with these products.

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    • Profile picture of the author xiaophil
      Hi,

      An accessible and robust solution with a nice user interface would be a central Subversion repository with TortoiseSVN running on the clients.

      Tortoise is implemented as a Windows shell extension which means it's integrated with File explorer and uses the familiar right-click interface. You can see the files' status and manage everything right from there.

      For the server-side there are heaps of offerings for "subversion hosting" or it should be straightforward to host on your own server.

      I've used this setup with good results and the familiar interface really helps when some of the team members are non-technical.

      Cheers,

      Phil
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