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Ignoring unimportant file modifications with Git

Frequently, when compiling applications, we need to update the version number inside some source files, so that the binary ends up with the correct version metadata.  328 more words


RTC SCM: Cake or headache?

Hi everyone, I’ve been struggling working with RTC SCM as the main source control tool during the last few years, and if you  have found this post I may assume, so have you. 817 more words


Intro to Source Control

Today I would like to talk about something which isn’t actually programming, but which every programmer should know – source control (also known as version or revision control). 1,453 more words


The Professional VBA Developer

I came across a post on Programmer’s Stack Exchange yesterday that really irked me. It took me a little while to really digest what upset me about it, but I think I understand now. 582 more words


A peek at 1.3: VBE + GitHub

Can you guess what this sketch is for? That’s right, it’s an early-stage designer view of what will become a docked toolwindow giving your VBA IDE the exact same source control functionalities Visual Studio offers through its team explorer.


Really getting the latest changes with TFS

TFS Source Control doesn’t always get the latest changes. It gets what it thinks are the latest changes (and for the most part it gets it right if you work exclusively in Visual Studio). 100 more words

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