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Off Topic but About Code managment

From: sparky
Subject: Off Topic but About Code managment
Date: Mon, 18 Apr 2005 23:40:11 -0700
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I have monitored this list on and off for about 6 years and have never written to it.

I am in, for the first time, in the spot where I must manage the code repository rather than just use CVS as an end user.

What I have is not a CVS specific question per se, but CVS is the software I am most failure with.

What I am looking for is some body of articles, books or what ever I can get my hands on that will help me understand the "Why" (not on a pedestrian level) of code management, the 'gott-chas' of various choices, all of which all are more
than likely valid choices with their own set of  'gott-chas'.

I guess what I am after is more management of code rather than CVS. What are the questions I need to answer in order to effectively and reasonably manage a code base without shooting off my toes? (Or at least choosing which toes I am willing to
lose if I must. ;-)

That being the case this seemed to be a reasonable place to ask my first question.

   1) Books?
   2) Articles?
   3) Newsgroups?
   4) Old publications?

Apolgies for being off topic

Daniel Avila
Nonstarving Artists
"Computers are useless, they only give you answers."
Pablo Piccaso/

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