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Re: Using Subversion with .VBP files?

From: Brass Tilde <brasstilde_at_insightbb.com>
Date: 2005-05-25 19:17:49 CEST

> Thanks for the suggestion, Brass. Could you explain how your system
> works a little more? What do you mean by a standard developer build?

We've pretty much standardized the hardware used by most classes of user in the building. For the developer class, we've got a disk
image of the "standard" build, which includes the OS, all the tools and the various configurations. That ensures that all the tools
are in the same place on an individual's machine.

When we build a DLL, or other component that will be deployed to our users (all in house, we don't produce software for others), we
always put it in the same folder on that end-user's machine, which matches the folder on the developer's machine.

Thus when a developer adds a reference to a component, he knows that it will be in the same place on every other machine on which
the software he's developing will be used.

> Do you have to update your login script each time someone adds or
> deletes a reference?

We have a login script that makes sure everyone's copies of the in-house produced DLLs is in the "right" spot.


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