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GeneralRe: Multiple Versions Of Application PinmemberMatt U.21-Sep-12 8:10 
AnswerRe: Multiple Versions Of Application Pinmemberjschell20-Sep-12 8:59 
GeneralRe: Multiple Versions Of Application Pinmemberdojohansen10-Oct-12 4:59 
AnswerRe: Multiple Versions Of Application PinmemberExpert Coming20-Sep-12 14:20 
Source control is by far the easiest way to do this. It gives several benefits, to name a few:
Reverse Integration (fix a bug in one, move it everywhere)
Single point of backup (Developers don't have all the code on their machine)
Versioning
Simple version differencing
 
Many more. Once you start using something like TFS you'll never go back.
The best way to accelerate a Macintosh is at 9.8m/sec² - Marcus Dolengo

GeneralRe: Multiple Versions Of Application Pinmemberjschell21-Sep-12 10:30 
GeneralRe: Multiple Versions Of Application PinmemberExpert Coming24-Sep-12 8:24 
QuestionMake everything a tree? PinmemberLeslie Sanford18-Sep-12 7:28 
AnswerRe: Make everything a tree? Pinmemberjschell18-Sep-12 9:01 
GeneralRe: Make everything a tree? PinmemberRavi Bhavnani25-Sep-12 7:19 
QuestionSearching for a frmework or Library for managing documentsa [modified] PinmemberNH7116-Sep-12 22:52 

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