Category: imaging/version-control

  • How to connect Visual Studio 2013 to Visual SourceSafe

    Still using Visual SourceSafe (VSS) for version control? You are actually not alone. Although Microsoft has ceased updates for VSS a while ago, there are still companies using VSS. By staying with VSS, you may encounter compatibility issues when using newer versions of Visual Studio. The good news is you...

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  • SourceAnywhere Server Installation Tips

    SourceAnywhere Server can be installed on the same machine with its backend SQL Server database, or on a different machine in the same LAN. In most scenarios, it is recommended to install the application with the SQL server. Here are a few reasons why: Performance. It reduces the communication latency...

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  • Tutorial: How to Use Dynamsoft SAWS COM SDK in C++

    Abstract: The Dynamsoft SourceAnywhere Standalone COM Software Development Kit (SDK) enables us to integrate Dynamsoft SourceAnywhere Standalone functionality with your Windows application that is written in a language which supports Microsoft’s Component Object Model. More specifically, here in this article, we will describe how to integrate the Dynamsoft SourceAnywhere Standalone...

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  • Source Control in Visual Studio 2012/2010/2008/2005 using SourceAnywhere

    Manage your Source Code Revisions in VS Efficiently using SourceAnywhere Version Control Looking for a simple yet efficient version control solution to manage the revisions for your Visual Studio projects? You may check out SourceAnywhere, a SQL-server based source control tool, which is optimized for using in Visual Studio. Visual Studio...

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  • SourceSafe Alternative - SourceAnywhere Version Control Solution

    SQL Sever based Version Control Software Designed as SourceSafe Alternative SourceAnywhere, the Visual SourceSafe (VSS) alternative, offers all the functionality of VSS, plus a variety of additional features. As opposed to VSS, which is designed for secure local network, SourceAnywhere works well in remote and cross platform development environments. As...

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  • Version Control with Eclipse

    Version Control Solutions for Eclipse Eclipse has some basic support for version control, which can be seen through the Team part of the right-click context menu, particularly when clicking on projects in the Package Explorer. By default, Eclipse supports the legacy version control system CVS, which can be seen through...

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