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Old 11-09-2007, 10:54 AM   #25
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Hello everyone.

It's good to see that we are all on the same page and see the importance in keeping things as organized as possible.

In regards to the issue of SVN it sounds like a good idea. (SVN IS A SOFTWARE USED SO THAT PEOPLE CAN "CHECK OUT" FLIES. SIMILAR TO A LIBRARY) Another option which does not require the learning curve that is involved in SVN is a central FTP that people can access upload and download. Everyone would have there own login and we could turn over wright off. The problem with this is that at some point all the code from everyone would need to be assembled.

I have done 2 larger projects and 1 small project that did not use the SVN software. they all turned out fine. The only difference was that people where there to integrate the code together. This is not available online unless we do voice chat or something and thats just a hassle.

To put it simply we are using SVN in all our future projects with intentions of getting either Source Safe of Alienbrain when the budget allows it. So rather then putting it up to a vote or something democratic like that, I'm going to go ahead and say that we will use SVN since if you have not used it before you will need the training if you intend to get a job in the industry.
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