I'm testing SVN to see if it fit our version control needs. One doubt i have
is that each developer needs to have all the files of the project checked
out in order to work.
It is correct? What we want is to check out only the sources to modify, and
have a directory available with the last version of each source. This is
especially important for compiling reasons, because we need to have the
legal version of each include during the compilation process (when we saw
SourceSafe, it had an option called "Shadow Folders", which leaves a copy of
each file checked-in)
It is possible to work in that way with SVN?
Alejandro Lopez Rama
Distribution Project Manager
Danone Argentina S.A.
Received on 2008-03-31 04:40:47 CEST
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