Of course, but as we've discussed before we're deeply entrenched with SVN and we might as well all the way even with the I :-)
With the SEU/RDP/possibly EDTF hooks in place it's quite easy to do now and much easier than using iProjects or Turnover which feels so unnatural to me.
I'll be turning on the SVN feeds next week.
Wish me luck :-)
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date: Fri, 18 Jan 2013 08:49:36 -0600
from: Vernon Hamberg <vhamberg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: Exit Point When Opening a Source Member with RDP ?
SCM apps should do that for you - Aldon, TurnOver, RTC, all make some
kind of archive when checked in. It's a matter of timing.
And they can have pre-checkout actions set up, so that you could make
that copy when checking out an object to a developer.
Much simpler, seems to me. But that's just me.