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Thread: MPLAB version control?
face BY : Ned Konz email (remove spam text)

On Tuesday 25 February 2003 08:46 am, Harold Hallikainen wrote:
>      What are people using for version control on MPLAB? With MPLAB
> prior to version 6, when making a change in my code, I'd copy
> everything over to a new directory that was based on the date, then
> modify the prj file to point to the new directory (it'd be nice if
> source file path references were relative instead of absolute, then
> no changes would be required). With MPLAB 6, it doesn't look like
> the project files themselves can be modified like this. Instead,
> I'm copying the source files over and defining a new project. One
> project has a lot of C files, and it's a pain to define a new
> project with all of them. So, what are the rest of you doing?

I use CVS. I run a CVS server on my Linux machine for stability,
storing the files there. Then I run WinCVS on the Windows virtual
machine (I use VMWare to run Windows 2000 when I have to, like for

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