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Re: Using Subversion with Microsoft Access

From: Jens B. Jorgensen <jens.jorgensen_at_tallan.com>
Date: 2003-12-08 21:02:14 CET

A quick google for "subversion visual studio integration" yields the
link you're probably interested in as its 4th hit.


Unfortunately that project seems to be out of date. Getting the tools to
build an SCC provider requires you to sign an NDA with Microsoft so
source is not available. Not sure if you can use the tool with recent
builds or not.

Michael Mayne (SSL) wrote:

>Sorry for the apparent heresy, but does anyone know if this can be done?
>The reason I ask is that Access is integrated with Microsoft Visual Source
>Safe (VSS) such that each query, form, report, macro, and module can be
>stored as a text file in VSS. From within the Access IDE you can
>transparently check these items in and out of VSS - the interface handles
>the text file conversion transparently which is obviously a great time
>Does anyone know of a comparable Subversion interface?
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