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Powerbuilder – Simple Source Control

Posted on January 23, 2012 at 5:57 pm in

This article is based on my ‘Simple Source Control Presentation’ I gave at the North Carolina Powerbuilder User Group meeting on January 12, 2012. A few years back I landed a contract job working with a very small (one person) company doing Powerbuilder development. In many respects the lack of a source control tool reminded…

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Powerbuilder – My source control is Wacked…

Posted on November 17, 2011 at 8:50 pm in

A while ago (over eight months or so) I was messing around with the idea of using Mercurial source control with with Powerbuilder. I had set up a Mercurial tool called HGSSC which allowed interaction via the MSSCCI API. I then fired up PB and brought up the workspace properties and yes, the Mercurial client…

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‘Small-Time’ Source Control in Powerbuilder

Posted on August 17, 2009 at 11:49 am in

When I started my last programming job I was to be working pretty much alone at my home. Sounds pretty cool right? Well one of the things going through my mind at the time was how to track the stuff I would be doing. In other words I needed some sort of source control system…

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