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Git Source Control between two networks


Git Source Control between two networks

By : vlad-josef
Date : November 21 2020, 01:01 AM
Any of those help
Could this be done by cloning the repository on network 1, then burning the files to a disk and loading the files on network 2?
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Why do Version Control Systems lack the sharing functionality of Visual Source Safe and what source control do you use a

Why do Version Control Systems lack the sharing functionality of Visual Source Safe and what source control do you use a


By : user1479001
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . From MSDN:
How are developers using source control, I am trying to find the most efficient way to do source control in a small dev

How are developers using source control, I am trying to find the most efficient way to do source control in a small dev


By : DOB
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue It is good practice to have a separate branch for supporting each released version, and another for continuing the development. This way you can always produce bug fix releases for older versions independent of the new features you are working on on the main branch.
In the long term, it is better to keep the main branch as your development branch, and create a separate support branch for each specific release; this keeps your branch paths short. (I have worked on a project where the path of the actual work branch was something like main/release_1.0/release_1.1/release_1.5/release_2.0/release_2.1... you don't want to go down that lane :-)
If a project under source control is copied to a different folder, is the source control retained?

If a project under source control is copied to a different folder, is the source control retained?


By : colinedwards
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you It will technically be another "working copy" of your project. If you open your project directory in Terminal, you will be able to see the hidden .svn directory with ls -al. When you copy the project folder, those hidden .svn directories will be copied as well. If you want to a copy of your project without all of the svn files, you'll want to perform an svn export.
How do you dissasociate a single file in a VS2010 project which is under source control from source control iteself?

How do you dissasociate a single file in a VS2010 project which is under source control from source control iteself?


By : user3222723
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue Open up the project and select the file.
On the VS menu go to: File -> Source Control -> Exclude FILE_NAME From Source Control
What should we use as source control with TFS in Visual Studio(TFS source control plugin or VisualSVN )?

What should we use as source control with TFS in Visual Studio(TFS source control plugin or VisualSVN )?


By : Leon Te Vaarwerk
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you If you plan to use TFS, go for the TFS Source Control, feature-wise it's as good as SVN if not better (history is managed the same way, branches too, perfs are better).
But where you get benefits in the TFS Source Control compared with SVN is in the integration with Work Item and the rest of TFS.
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