1 Reply Latest reply on Apr 9, 2013 8:55 AM by jduquette

    Version control in DxDesigner Pads Flow

    wheelspcb

      I have a current project that is still in development with know issues to fix. I want to start a revised schematic with the known needed changes. I want to maintain access to the current revision of the schematic while development continues. What is the best way to manage multiple versions of the same project/schematic. Should I make in new board inside the same project or start a new project for the same board? What are some best practices used out there? I don't have DxManager.

        • 1. Re: Version control in DxDesigner Pads Flow
          jduquette

          I use an external tool called Subversion with the TortoiseSVN Windows interface for my version control.  It has a lot of nice features for text based designs that come in handy for ASCII import/export.  You can 'branch' a design there and then decide later if you want to integrate the changes back into the main (trunk) design.