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Re: CVS and Delphi

From: Rachman Chavik
Subject: Re: CVS and Delphi
Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2001 11:30:31 +0700

I'm not quite sure what you mean by linking your components with source code.
However, I may provide some ideas on managing Delphi files with CVS.

I think there are three types of files in a Delphi project:
1. Pascal Code (*.pas)
2. Form Definitions (*.dfm)
3. Data Modules (also *.dfm)

All *.pas files are text, and thus easily submitted into CVS. For *.DFM files,
I ask my developers to set them as text DFM, and simply check them in
in CVS.

However, I don't have many branches at the moment.  And so far, we have not
had the need to merge between branches.  When merging is required, it will be a
good practice to pay extra attention in *.DFM files.

Hope this helps.

If anyone else have a better tips, please jump in.

At 15:10 18/10/2001 +0100, you wrote:
Is anyone using CVS to store Borland Delphi source code, as I am unsure how
to link our versions of components with versions of source code ?

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