To use source control software in Visual FoxPro, you put projects under source control, add files to your source-controlled projects, and update the project list for each project.
In This Section
- Working with the Project File and Project List File
- Discusses how Visual FoxPro maintains a project file list to coordinate changes to a project under source control.
- How to: Put Projects Under Source Control
- Describes how to create a new project under source control or to put an existing project under source control.
- How to: Add Files to a Source-Controlled Project
- Explains how to add files to a project under source control.
- How to: Join an Existing Source-Controlled Project
- Describes how to join an existing project that is under source control.
- How to: Update the Project List
- Explains how to update the project list so that newly added files are available to other developers in the project list.
- How to: Detach a Project from Source Control
- Describes how to detach a project from source control.
- How to: Remove Files from a Source-Controlled Project
- Describes how to remove individual files from source control, so they will no longer be part of the project.
- How to: Share Files Between Source-Controlled Projects
- Explains how to set a file to be a member of two or more source controlled projects at the same time.
- How to: Enable Source Control
- Describes how to enable source control in Visual FoxPro.
- Planning for Team Development Projects
- Discusses how using source control software, such as Microsoft Visual SourceSafe, to manage the files in a project makes it possible to create complex applications quickly by combining the skills of a team of developers.