Designed for use Visual Studio .NET/6.0, Visual SourceSafe 6.0c, and CVS 1.11, Real World Software Configuration Management provides an extensive overview on software configuration and development, accompanied by numerous real-world examples with lots of working code. While other books may spend a lot of time on software configuration management theory, Sean Kenefick focuses on practical solutions and processes that directly benefit developers in their day-to-day needs. What youall learnWho this book is for If youre a beginning to intermediate programmer whos had configuration management suddenly thrust upon you, this book is for you. Designed with the beginning programmers needs in mind, it gives extensive coverage of the basics before launching into more advanced topics. More experienced programmers will also find this book highly beneficial, howeverparticularly with regard to author Sean Keneficks excellent coverage of the more intricate points of Visual Studio, Visual SourceSafe, and CVS.NOTE Depending on the network modelyou chooseforyour CVS server, such as the client/server model, there may be additional steps to creatingyour CVS ... Building CVS for Windows: The first step in building the CVS executable for Windows is to uncompress the source into a working folder. Create a working folder and then, using your favorite unzipping utility, uncompress the source into that directory.
|Title||:||Real World Software Configuration Management|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2003-11-11|