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Integration help

Postby jharr100 » 26 Jan 2011, 21:22

Is there another/more efficient way to integrate multiple projects instead of copying the project folder to one place. The reason being is that we have multiple people working on a project and need to combine the work in one project. However, the current process of combining is just copying different folders into the demo-able project folder.

Thanks so much for you help.
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Re: Integration help

Postby 8DashP » 26 Jan 2011, 21:26

Sounds like you need a version control system

The recent Shiva newsletter mentioned 1.9.1 would have merging projects and SVN, which I'm not how exactly it'l be integrated, but may do what you want.

But I current use TortoiseHG and Mercurial to work on 2 different machines and merge any changes between the two of them.

Have you used a version control system before?
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Re: Integration help

Postby jharr100 » 26 Jan 2011, 21:31

Yes. We have Tortoise SVN but we have not tried using it with ShiVa. We used to use it with Torque.
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Re: Integration help

Postby 8DashP » 26 Jan 2011, 21:33

jharr100 wrote:Yes. We have Tortoise SVN but we have not tried using it with ShiVa. We used to use it with Torque.


Well that should work fine, so give it a go.
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Re: Integration help

Postby jharr100 » 26 Jan 2011, 21:40

OK thanks a lot. I think we are going to try the Mercurial out.
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