|EPF and CVS issues [message #53730]
||Fri, 19 September 2008 13:50
| Kristian Mandrup
Registered: July 2009
Recently I opened up for others in my team to deliver content into EPF, |
using a shared CVS repository. We encountered a lot of problems with the
plugin.xmi and [configuration].xmi files, with conflict resolution and
reference mismatched etc.
It seems like it is better if only one team member is allowed to change
the EPF model structure and the other members are allowed only to edit the
content elements already in place?
Maybe CVS is simply a bad choice for version control with EPF where a more
mature solution (Subversion, Mercurial ...?) would come handy? Any
suggestions for best practices on this?
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