5 Replies Latest reply on Apr 19, 2016 8:35 AM by sivanov_1415791

    Saving a project in Subversion

    jim.schimpf_1583906

      Hi,

         

           I have a project I am working on for my company.  As part of this I am required to save the project in a Subversion repository so it can be part of the deliverables for the whole project.  I would like to know what files of the project should I save in Subversion ? Then when someone else pulls that revision they can build the project.

         

           Would this be enough ? Or too much ?

         
            
      • TopDesign\TopDesign.cysch
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      • <ProjName>.cydwr
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      • <ProjName>.cycdx
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      • <ProjName>.cyfit
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      • Header file directory
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      • Source file directory (with all my added C/H files) and main.c
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      • <ProjName>.cydsn
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      • <ProjName>.cyprj.<my name>
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      • <ProjName>.rpt
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      • <ProjName>.svd
      •     
      • cyapicallbacks.h
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      Thank you very much for the help.

         

      --jim schimpf