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Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny
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Version Control using Plastic (SCM) by Tonny

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  • 1. @agatestudio Version Control using Plastic SCM Tonny Publishing Agate Studio
  • 2. 2014/04/12 BANDUNG DIGITAL VALLEY Tonny K Agate Studio tonny.kusdarwanto@agategames.com
  • 3.  Introduction  Version Control  Comparison  Introduction to Plastic SCM  About  Terminology  Features ▪ Branch ExplorerView ▪ XLink ▪ Code Review ▪ SyncView  HowTo  What’s Next
  • 4. Version control is a system that records changes to a file or set of files over time so that you can recall specific versions later. Centralized version control ex: SVN, Perforce,TFS Distributed version control ex: Git, Mercurial (Hg)Plastic SCM
  • 5.  Developed By Codice Software (Spain)  Initial Release: July 2007  Platform : .Net/Mono  OS :Windows/Linux/Mac OS X  Stable Release: v4.1 (Feb 2012)  Latest Release: 5.0.xx  Licences:  Community Edition License (Free For 15 users)  Perpetual License  Annual Subscription License
  • 6.  Auth :  User – Password, Local users, Local users (Name + ID), Windows Active Directory, LDAP  DB BackEnd  Firebird (Embedded), SQLite (Embedded), PostgreSQL, MS SQL Server & MS SQL Server Express, MySQL, Oracle,SQL Server Compact Edition (Embedded)
  • 7.  Task Driven Development Task Branch Release Integration Task Branch
  • 8.  Repository Stores a complete directory tree & the entire development history of the directory tree  Workspace Is just a directory tree on your computer , with a two-way data path to a repository
  • 9.  Items Consist of files, directories, and symbolic links that are under source control  Changeset Each time you check in a set of new revisions, Plastic SCM records the entire set of revisions as a changeset .
  • 10.  Branches and Labels  Plastic SCM supports "parallel development" or "concurrent development" practice with branches  A label is a user-defined name that can be attached to a changeset
  • 11.  Branch ExplorerView / Distributed Branch Explorer  Provides an interactive diagram of repository's development activity  It shows: Branch hierarchy, individual changesets, merge operations
  • 12.  Xlinks Plastic SCM encourages using separate repositories for different projects and components, and access shared components by "mounting" them in the project repository through Xlinks
  • 13.  Code Review  A code review is essentially about reading code and leaving comments.  Plastic SCM organizes the conducting of reviews on individual changesets or on entire branches.
  • 14.  DistributedVersion Control
  • 15.  SyncView The new synchronization view lets you configure your relations with other servers and replicate with a single click all the changes
  • 16.  Trigger Allows the execution of user commands at certain points in the client or server execution workflow  Task & IssueTracking provides integration with diverse control tracking tools such as Bugzilla, DevTrack, Mantis, OnTime, Trac, JIRA,VersionOne, FogBugZ and Rally.

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