Wednesday, May 27, 2009

What is Version Control?

Version Control

Version control offers the tractability (easy manageability or controlability) for history of each software change, including who did what, why, and when. In simple terms version control lets you track your files over time. The idea of version control is to bring for example project’s source code under control. Bringing a group of files under control means that someone can pick a point at any time in the history of the project and see exactly what those files looked like at the time.

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Version Control

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Version Control

Version control - 7 Open Source Version Control Systems Reviewed.

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The Ultimate Guide to Version Control for Designers - What is version control?, benefits of version control etc.

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Also See:
Change Control