After you have put a Visual FoxPro project under source control, you can work with individual files or manage the project as a whole.
In This Section
- Working with Multi-File Components
- Covers how some project files consist of multiple components and how Visual FoxPro will manage the implicit file or files automatically.
- How to: Check Out Files
- Describes how to check out a file in a source-controlled project.
- How to: Check In Files
- Describes how to check in a file in a source-controlled project.
- How to: Discard Changes
- Describes how to undo a check out so that any changes to the file will be discarded.
- How to: Get the Latest Versions of Files
- Describes how to get the latest version of a file that is already checked out.
- How to: Compare Files or Projects
- Explains how to compare files or projects in a source controlled environment to determine whether another user has changed it, or to pinpoint where changes have been made since the last time it was checked out.
- How to: Check for Differences in Forms, Reports, and Other Table Files
- Describes how to compare files that represent form, report, and table files, to determine where changes have been made.
- How to: Display File and Project Information
- Discusses how to view the check out history or source control information of a file or project list.
- 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.