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Conversas 2.0@sapo.labs - "svn+code.ua"

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  • 1. Diogo Gomes
    dgomes@ua.pt
    Diogo Gomes
    <dgomes@ua.pt>
  • 2. Project Management
    Meet your project enemies
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  • 3. Managing Projects
    Where do you keep issues/to-do’s ?
    Email ?
    Excel Sheets ?
    Post-it’s
    What about documentation
    Word document
    How do you handle collaboration ?!
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  • 4. Managing Files
    Exchanging files, code, docs
    Email ?
    FTP ?
    USB sticks ?!
    Backups
    Renaming files (v1, v2, very old, backup, bck)
    Multiple folders
    External device (USB stick, USB disk)
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  • 5. Solutions
    Software tools can help:
    Track iterations
    Organize Documentation
    Organize Data/Code
    Collaborate
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  • 6. Project Management
    Innumerous Tools
    MS Project, Trac, *Forge, Redmine, Google Code
    Functionalities
    Collaboration (wiki’s, mailing lists, forum’s)
    Issue Tracking
    Time Planning
    Portfolio
    Resources Management
    Documentation Management
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  • 7. Wiki
    It’s a set of interlinked web pages created using a simplified markup language
    Enables cooperative editing of documentation
    Anyone can edit!
    Navigation is usually chaotic, but provides a better mapping of relationship between subjects.
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  • 8. Issue Tracking
    trouble ticket system, support ticket or incident ticket system can overlap with bug tracker
    Systematic approach to problem solving
    Enables efficient tracking of progress
    Provides the means to monitor and coordinate a project progress
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  • 9. Source Code Management (SCM)
    don’t worry about overwriting files or losing code.
    keep a constant history of every file in your project.
    view the changes to specific code, review with your team, and even roll back changes to previous versions.
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  • 10. Benefits of SCM’s
    Improves team collaboration.
    Many people can update the same files without the risk of overwriting each others work.
    Can provide a constant backup of your files in a central location, where you can share changes and updates with team members.
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  • 11. SourceCodeManagement (SCM)
    SCM models
    Atomic Operations
    File Locking
    Version Merging
    Baselines, labels and tags
    Repository Model
    Centralized (CVS, SVN, VSS)
    Distributed (GIT, Mercurial)
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  • 12. CodeUA
    Objectives
    Provide the academic community a tool that can assist in software project management.
    Research (IEETA, IT)
    Classes (ARA, Eng. Software, Eng. Serviços, FR, P*, etc)
    To allow both public and private projects
    To gather all efforts under a single entity/tool
    Multiplatform Solution (Windows, Linux, OSX)
    Integrated with the university remaining services (SSO)
    Opportunities
    To provide students experience using software and project management tools
    Usage of the tool in order to track grad-students progress
    Mass software collection tool
    Platform used: Redmine + SVN (WIP: GIT)
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  • 13. Redmine
    http://www.redmine.org/
    Main features
    Multiple project support
    Flexible access control system
    Issue tracking
    Document Management
    RSS and E-Mail notification
    Per Project Wiki’s and Forum’s
    Time Management including Gantt graph generation
    Easy integration of several SCM’s (eg: SVN, CVS, Git)
    New functionalities can be introduced through Plugins
    Built on Ruby-on-Rails (RoR) (Mongrel + MySQL)
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  • 14. Projects
    Subprojects
    Ex: Project Cake, sub-project Chocolate Cake
    Issues can be used to track both features and bugs
    Integration between SCM, Issues, Wiki
    Example: commits can reference an Issue #
    Roadmaps enable to track project milestones, and plan ahead
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  • 15. SCM Integration
    Navigation through the repository
    Statistics
    Comments Integration
    Shared Authentication (Web / SCM)
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  • 16. SVN
    How can I use SVN?
    Client Software
    Windows: TortoiseSVN
    Linux: Use the cmdline
    OSX: Versions
    Create your project
    CodeUA
    Google Code
    SourceForge
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  • 17. SVN basics
    Checkout
    Download project
    Alter your files locally
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  • 18. SVN basics
    Commit
    Upload your changes
    Keep all versions
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  • 19. SVN (1)
    svn checkout path://to.project.site/ folder
    imports the content of the URL into a new folder called subversion
    svn update
    used to grab the latest version of files from the Subversion server.
    svn log
    log of what happened in the repository
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  • 20. SVN (2)
    svn import /fs/path path://to.project/
    Used to initially import your files to the server
    svn add file
    indicates that a new file should be versioned
    svn delete file
    indicates that a file should be removed from the HEAD
    svn commit
    used to grab the latest version of files from the Subversion server.
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  • 21. SVN (3)
    svn diff file
    what have I done compared with the repository
    svn blame file
    who did which change to the file
    svn status
    shows the things that have changed in your working copy.
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  • 22. WalkThrough
    https://code.ua.pt
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  • 23. WalkThrough
    Login
    Listagem de projectos (publicos vs privados)
    Criação de um projecto
    Definição de Roles
    Criação de Issues
    Edição do Wiki
    Checkout via SVN
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  • 24. GIT
    Not dependent on network access or a central server
    Strong support for non-linear development
    Very Fast
    Compatibility with existing systems/protocols
    Important Concepts
    Pull, Push, Commit
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