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  1. Who uses Git Submodules? I know Greg Payne does and have watched his talk, but does anyone else have experience. I'm especially interested in experience with projects with multiple developers and multiple products (that might need to use different versions of the subprojects).
  2. As I've reported in the UI Tools support page, I've started migrating the open source code I still have on bitbucket (Mercurial-based repos) to Github. I didn't think that it might be worth a specific topic until @LogMAN mentioned it. Personally, I'm moving my code to Github in the process. I know there are some reports of Hg-to-Git transitions not going so well when using sub-repositories, so please share your migration experience if you've had to jump into some hoops to get it done! For all of you who still use Mercurial and host your open source and/or enterprise repos on Bitbucket,
  3. Has anyone actually configured Git to work with LVCompare or LVMerge? (I've seen some threads on various boards saying it "should be something like" <x>, but it isn't quite <x> and I haven't found anywhere that someone has actually described it successfully.) Notes: I know how to configure TortoiseSVN to work with LVCompare and LVMerge. My new employer is moving to Git (some good, some bad in that, in my opinion, but that is another topic). I have been using Git for a few months now with reasonable success and decided I should try to set up graphical differencing. [OK,
  4. All, Recently I moved from SVN to GIT as my source control and revision manager. I'm still getting used to everything so i don't consider myself an expert yet, but i really missed the Project Provider options that I used for SVN source control within the project window. I'm releasing an open source beta project provider for TortoiseGit Integration. This addon is very similar to the current SVN options but was developed entirely from scratch. Currently this provider requires TortoiseGit to perform most of the Source Control Actions. I know a lot of you on here have recently switch
  5. While creating a new a new repo in GitHub, I noticed there is not a template .gitignore for LabVIEW -- let's make one! After contacting GitHub support asking the proper channel for submitting a .gitignore to their set of templates, i received the following response: "We have an open source repository, https://github.com/github/gitignore that we use to accept contributions for the gitignore templates. The way we accept new contributions is through pull requests" From the readme.md on that repo, "Since this repo includes a large and diverse number of programming languages, frameworks, editor
  6. Here is the set-up: I have a component project library (StepperMotor.lvlib) that I have moved to the userlib in order to facilitate reuse over multiple projects. Within the library I have 1) a strict typedef (StepperMotor.ctl) cluster that contains a numeric control for expressing the maximum output step rate. 2) the StepperMotor.lvclass, an abstract class that contains effectively virtual methods (they do nothing but wire inputs to outputs) and LabVIEW-generated accessor methods for the two items in the class private data. This is LabVIEW 2013 SP1 on Windows 8.1. OK, so I start
  7. I am playing with GitHub as a possible replacement for our current SCC tool. Do you guys use Git or GitHub? What client app do you use? Any recommendations? I am specifically leaving the topic scope open, so feel free to praise/rant/headscratch.
  8. Hi, I'm looking for some advice from anyone who has been using mercurial with LabVIEW. Firstly I have just been trying some branching and merging. After a merge, having been configured for merge using https://bitbucket.or...iew-integration I see some .orig files getting left in the repository. Is this a failing on LabVIEWmerge.exe to clean it up or is it the way mercurial works? I am interested in the DVCS camps because of merging. I currently use SVN, primarily as a lone developer. I like not having to maintain a separate central repo and the improved merging, primarily from the point of h
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