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Re: Question

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 28 Jul 2012 18:13:00 +0100

On 28 July 2012 01:13, Carolina Velis <carolina.velis_at_bcr.gob.sv> wrote:
> Hi,
> Im new user of tortoise software, and I have to implement a version control
> of applications at the office. they are made in Oracle developer forms , and
> the extension is .fmb
> It is possible to use tortoise to get track of this files? how I get the
> last version of my programs? as I been reading the Tortoise “help” I
> understood that is for flat files, not for binary, tell me if I understood
> wrong.

TortoiseSVN works for any sort of file. I don't understand what you
mean by a flat file - that term is never used in the English version
of the manual - but it works both for text files and binary files. The
difference is that if 2 people are working on a text file their
changes can be merged. For binary files that is not possible, unless
your application (Oracle) provides a way of merging changes.


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