MartinMcD Posted October 20, 2015 Report Share Posted October 20, 2015 I'm wondering how people handle dependent custom libraries with source control please. In each case I'm assuming that each library has its own repository (in my case Git) for the development of the library itself, and each project then has it's own separate repo. Here are a couple of options; 1. Take a copy of each library the project depends on and check it in to the project repository. Causes duplication but all the custom libraries needed for the build are then in one repo, with the right version. 2. Install the custom libraries to vi.lib/user.lib. There is less duplication but if someone checks out a project they now need to know to check out the dependent libraries. Plus, if different projects on the same machine depend on differnent revisions of the library it becomes more fiddly. Martin Quote Link to comment
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