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Andy Peters
01/05/12 17:42
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Tucson, Az
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#185341 - subversion
Responding to: Aubrey Kagan's previous message
Aubrey,

I use svn for FPGA and microcontroller stuff every day. While we use Altium, we don't use a version-control system with the PCB layouts (for reasons that are more political than technical). I use svn for my personal PCB projects at home.

I can give you a detailed answer to all of your questions, but it'll be longer than what one might reasonably want to see in a forum post.

Ping me on andy at latke dot net and I'll try to help.

-a

List of 16 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
SubVersion/Altium/ISO9000      Aubrey Kagan      01/05/12 08:29      
   You don't need an admin but it helps        Per Westermark      01/05/12 09:22      
   Subversion        Andy Neil      01/05/12 12:48      
      redmine      Maarten Brock      01/05/12 13:13      
         Cheap..      JecksonS Ben      01/06/12 06:52      
   you don't need an admin for svn, but        Jez Smith      01/05/12 14:32      
      I forgot, most importantly      Jez Smith      01/06/12 01:45      
         No network?      Aubrey Kagan      01/06/12 06:32      
         repo vs working copy        Andy Peters      01/06/12 10:30      
            Training notes      Jez Smith      01/06/12 14:17      
         ??? Surely not        Oliver Sedlacek      01/10/12 01:41      
   subversion      Andy Peters      01/05/12 17:42      
   What Subversion does for you        Oliver Sedlacek      01/06/12 01:52      
      What he said!        Andy Neil      01/06/12 13:02      
   git      Michael Karas      01/10/12 09:51      
      Bad name      Oliver Sedlacek      01/11/12 01:53      

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