Re: Large help projects and version control software
I'd like to hear how mid- to large-size documentation
departments (five or more writers) manage large help
projects using version control software such as CVS or
...Our department doesn't seem
to follow a strict procedure for managing the files,
and I fear it's only a matter of time before something
is mucked up.
...one can "get" a copy
of a file (which is supposedly read-only) but then
make it writable, seemingly allowing one to override
the "check out" feature of the system. Should we
always be checking out files, or does that restrict
workflow too severely?
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