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RE: Questions about using subversion for non-coding projects.

From: Leon Zandman <lzandman_at_lode.nl>
Date: 2005-08-26 08:28:38 CEST

> Word[for example] is a common enough format that I'm sure
> there are some version control systems which are format-aware
> of Word[for example] files.

Well, nowadays you can actually store a Word document as an XML file.
This is a plain text format and should be mergeable.

I always put my entire project into the source control system, which
currently is SVN. So not only source code, but also documentation
(Word), symbol files for released binaries, etc. I try to keep pure
binary files to a minimum, though.


Leon Zandman

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