has anyone experience regarding revision control systems like TFS (Team Foundation Server), GIT or similar tools in combination with DxDesigner and PADS?
Thank you in advance for any answer,
You understand my usage. I also keep my libraries in their own working copy, and (occasionally) commit them to the repository; typically after a design is complete.
I've had no issues with a team of 1-3 EEs and doing some layout in house and some design and layout outsourced, and it makes it very easy to move a design from one computer to another (as long as everything was committed!).
I keep my PADS designs (and an occasional DxD design) archived in Subversion (TortoiseSVN for Windows). I've heard people compare it to GIT.
Hi, thank you for your answer. It's right that GIT, SVN (SubVersion) and TFS are similar to each other, although they differ in some points - but all are repositories.
As I understand your statement, you have a local working-copy and transfer the changes to your repository - is that right? Did you experience any trouble?
Thanks in advance, Georg
Great, thank you for your help.
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