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What version control system would work for me?
Hello, first a little background. I'm a java developer, and I've been a CVS
user for years, I'm just starting to get into cold fusion at my new job, and
the first thing I noticed is that they are not using any version control on
their code. Right now they are opening all the files directly off of the
development server and editing them from there, so that their changes are
immediately saved right to the development server.
I proposed that they use CVS, however they object to the fact that they have
to put files in two different places (the development server, and then when
they are finished with their changes, into the CVS repository). What they are
really looking for is a version control system that works similar to how they
are working now, where they put the file into the repository, and it's
automatically on the development server for viewing.
Coming from a CVS background, I'm struggling with this, because I'm used to,
and completely fine with moving a file to the development server on my own, and
CVS I have always thought of an entirely different place for files then the
development server web directory.
Any recommendations would be welcome!
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Re: What version control system would work for me?
Since there is no built-in source control with ColdFusion there are several
Perforce - [url]http://www.perforce.com[/url], Microsoft Visual Source Safe -
Open source options: