David Gibbs wrote:
A good SCM product will offer the ability to retain compile attributes
for objects so you don't have to manage them yourself. Plus there's the
whole issue of data retention when you change a physical file (which is
a trick in the best of cases). Additionally, most SCM products offer
some kind of work flow capability so that changes happen in the correct
sequence and by the appropriate people.

Thanks for the details of what a full-fledged SCM solution can provide. I think some help in the changed-PF arena could be really handy. I can see how those sorts of things would be great for many organizations. For smaller groups, I think it is great that we are sharing ideas on tools to address the particular "pain points" of each organization. For example, I can see how version control can be useful even for a single developer, but some of those other features may be overkill.

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