A few years ago, we tried out Axosoft’s OnTime ticket managment/bug tracker. At the time, we were impressed. You can read the full details of my review here. After using it for a couple weeks, I hooked up the “BUGTRAQ” keyword in TortoiseSVN to enable us to have bi-directional links between SVN and OnTime. I [...]
Ever since last year, we’ve setup subversion to require comments are added before a file can be committed to our SVN repositories. Even just small comments on file commits is helpful.
But what I REALLY want is a subversion hook that requires a file is unit tested before it can be submitted to the repository. Think [...]
A friend pinged me on IM today with some questions about Subversion and instead of just answering him directly, I thought it might be helpful to answer him here, and solicit feedback from others.
1. How easy is it to set up? Is any additional software needed? (E.g. Apache)
Subversion is very easy to set up. The [...]
I used to hate version control. Visual Source Safe was slow, obnoxious, and all but unusable over a VPN. CVS was a pain to set up, and I wasn’t fond of the command line or GUI tools available at the time. Subversion seemed like a step in the right direction, but again as someone relatively [...]
I am first and foremost, a ColdFusion developer. And I’m a little idiocyncratic as to how I organize my projects in directories and files. My “project root” is not web-accessible, but usually contains ALL the project assets, including CFCs, CFMs, etc.
I got really annoyed that Flex Builder put everything in my workspace when creating a [...]