Posts Tagged ‘repository’


 

Accessing VersionRecall repositories from another computer

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014 by Alex Riedel
Whether you are getting a new computer or another person joins your team, getting everything set up in a new environment can be a time consuming task. VersionRecall 2014 can help to make this easier. If you have your scripts and related files connected to a VersionRecall repository, you can very easily transfer those files to another machine. Simply select the new “Import repository…” function in VersionRecall 2014 (1.0.107 or later) and navigate to your remote repository. Select the .recall file with the settings you would like to use. The files stored in the repository have the machine and user…   More »

Using GIT, Subversion and Mercurial with PrimalScript 2012

Tuesday, December 11th, 2012 by Alex Riedel
For quite some time we have been asked to add support for the aforementioned version control systems to PrimalScript. But every time we looked into it, the API changed or the preferred system du jour changed. We didn’t want to add support for too many API’s that get potentially outdated fast. But most importantly, many folks we asked indicated that they use more than one system. GIT for their own files, Mercurial for customer A and Subversion for customer B. Even worse, some clients seem to insist that some homegrown system is used that either has no API or is…   More »