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#1 2005-11-29 08:18:33

sven
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How to keep track of changes in PHP project?

I am doing a large project with PHP language. I would like to use some tool to keep track of each change I make. It would be very nice to go back to different phases and situations before changes. It seems hard to keep track of everything by hand.

What web-based or other tools could I use that would keep track of changes?

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#2 2005-11-29 09:15:31

dtw
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Re: How to keep track of changes in PHP project?

There are numerous version control systems including google:CVS, google:SVN and google:mercurial to name but a few - give SVN a try.

Unless you run it locally the best way to get access to a SVN repo is to get yourself a project on somewhere like google:gna or google:berlios - I'm sure they'd be happy to support you

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#3 2005-11-29 09:20:54

sven
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Re: How to keep track of changes in PHP project?

OK, thanks for the tips!

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