© 2003

Real World Software Configuration Management

  • Authors
  • Contains complete basic use handbooks for Visual SourceSafe 6.0c and CVS 1.11

  • Includes sample development processes that can be integrated into any development process

  • Contains a sample "Best Practices" document

  • Describes the tools necessary for creating a development lab for building, smoke-testing, and deploying code

  • Covers the most popular SCM tools and their relative benefits and short-comings


Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiv
  2. The Role

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Sean Kenefick
      Pages 3-16
    3. Sean Kenefick
      Pages 43-68
  3. The Tools

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 69-69
    2. Sean Kenefick
      Pages 71-99
    3. CVS
      Sean Kenefick
      Pages 101-149
    4. Sean Kenefick
      Pages 151-206
  4. The Tasks

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 207-207
    2. Sean Kenefick
      Pages 209-228
    3. Sean Kenefick
      Pages 229-280
    4. Sean Kenefick
      Pages 281-329
    5. Sean Kenefick
      Pages 331-410
    6. Sean Kenefick
      Pages 411-423
  5. Back Matter
    Pages 425-440

About this book


Designed for use Visual Studio .NET/6.0, Visual SourceSafe 6.0c, and CVS 1.11, Real World Software Configuration Management provides an extensive overview on software configuration and development, accompanied by numerous real-world examples with lots of working code. While other books may spend a lot of time on software configuration management theory, Sean Kenefick focuses on practical solutions and processes that directly benefit developers in their day-to-day needs.


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About the authors

Sean Kenefick is one of the founders of cmReady Systems, a company specializing in software configuration management services and collocation/hosting solutions. Prior to that, he was the director of network operations at ConfirmNet Corporation and the manager of client applications at Motiva Software. He has taught programming languages through the University of California at San Diego Extension program since 1997.

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