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12th May, 2009 at 6:36pm

dmaher   Offline
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Is anyone using source version control software, such as TortoiseSVN, for their FS projects?

Im assuming this would allow FS project files to be backed up online securely.
Allow multiple users to add, sync, checkout, edit, and submit changes to a common depot
Allow version history with difs and rollbacks
Encourage the team to work with the most current project

But...is it really secure?
I'd like to have a look at it...
Some of the bigger teams must have some sort of system for sharing files.


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Reply #1 - 12th May, 2009 at 11:29pm

Fr. Bill   Offline
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Actually, we simply use an ftp server for our projects. Each project has it's own ftp "address" on the company's server, and each team member is provided a login name and password to access the files.

Of course we rarely have occasion to share anything with other team members except an updated compile of our own work, whether that be model, gauge(s) or texture(s).

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