Do you know the best Project/Version conventions?

Last updated by Tiago Araújo [SSW] 6 months ago.See history

Having a good folder structure in version control allows everyone to know where everything is without even having to look.

/northwind /trunk /branches (or shelvesets) /experiemental-feature1 /releases (or tags) /1.0.0.356

Figure: Bad example - SVN conventions are a dated and ignore releases, hotfixes and Service Packs

Trunk is the old way, Main is the new way as per the branching guidance, and it is the way that Microsoft does things.

BranchGuidance
Figure: Good example - This makes a lot more sense

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GoodFormatForInfo
Figure: A good format for all your Products/Projects makes it easy to know where things are and what they are for

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