hobbs Posted September 29, 2010 Report Share Posted September 29, 2010 I'm working on a team of 5 to develop a relatively large software project spread across a PC, FPGA (R-Series card), cRIO, and an ARM board. Our last attempt this problem lead to a source control nightmare. We managed an svn repository using tortoisesvn. This became problematic because we couldn't edit any of the FPGA files without checking out the entire project. This lead to parallel projects being worked on and the eventual merging problems. I know that LV has a source control manager, but to my knowledge it requires you to have a relatively expensive source control manager. Does anyone have good ideas about how to manage a large, multi-fabric project without buying perforce? Quote Link to comment
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