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Grasshopper.iics
CEO Integrated Ideas
India India
gasshopper.iics is a group of like minded programmers and learners in codeproject. The basic objective is to keep in touch and be notified while a member contributes an article, to check out with technology and share what we know. We are the "students" of codeproject.

This group is managed by Rupam Das, an active author here. Other Notable members include Ranjan who extends his helping hands to invaluable number of authors in their articles and writes some great articles himself.

Rupam Das is mentor of Grasshopper Network,founder and CEO of Integrated Ideas Consultancy Services, a research consultancy firm in India. He has been part of projects in several technologies including Matlab, C#, Android, OpenCV, Drupal, Omnet++, legacy C, vb, gcc, NS-2, Arduino, Raspberry-PI. Off late he has made peace with the fact that he loves C# more than anything else but is still struck in legacy style of coding.
Rupam loves algorithm and prefers Image processing, Artificial Intelligence and Bio-medical Engineering over other technologies.

He is frustrated with his poor writing and "grammer" skills but happy that coding polishes these frustrations.
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GeneralWhat languages do we use to make this product Pin
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GeneralWhat would you want to see in a new Source Control System Pin
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Paul Watson6-Jun-03 0:36
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1. Simple mode. I run a small shop and frankly roots, trunks, branches and twiglets confuse the hell out of me. I am sure for something like Mozilla all of that is neccesary, but when you are working on a project with at most two other guys and the project is pretty straightforward all one wants is the guarantee of your co-worker not editing a file while you are and rollback to a previous version. Really the bits I would use are Checkout/Checkin, Set Version and Rollback. CVS is abysmal for my needs. Source Safe when setup right is okish.

2. Looking forward I see the defect tracker and this SCC as being part of the PMS project. Part of that is a client facing aspect of the SCC. I want to be able to say "Bob, you can find the Alpha Test version of the files on the PMS console." Bob can then logon to PMS and there will be a simple button that says "Download latest version" and he can then download and install the application. Then Bob can come back to PMS, enter the Defect Tracker and add some issue items and these are connected to the latest version of the code.

Also there is often a need to package up all the source code and send it to another developer. At the moment that normally involves me zipping up a folder in WWWROOT, backing up a SQL database and then emailing it to him, all the time hoping that I sent him the latest files and that any unfinished items I am working on in the project do not break his copy. It would be much better if he could logon, click "Download latest source" and then he is a for away.

Remember that not everyone will be able to, or want to, use our SCC system. So there needs to be simple ways of "exporting" the source and detaching it completely from the SCC.

3. Documentation for a project should also be versioned and controlled. So Documentation Set 1.1 for Source Set 1.1 etc.

4. I really love your idea of linking defects to source. Not sure how this would work but it would be nice to ba able to link a defect to a specific (set of)/file(s) of code. So Joe double clicks the defect assigned to him to fix and it loads up in VS.NET the file that the defect most likely is in. e.g. If the bug is tagged as being a data layer bug then it links to datalayer.cs or whatever. This could be a bit hard to figure out though, how does the defect tracker know where in the code the bug most likely is? In all my bug reports I have an "Area/Location" column which says "Client Manager" or "Shopping Basket" or "Product View." The defect tracker user knows where he was in the system when he encountered the bug, so he can type in the Area/Location. Then in the SCC we could asssign files to certain Areas/Locations. Just an idea, might prove unworkable Smile | :)

5. Did I mention simple mode? Smile | :)

Paul Watson
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Cape Town, South Africa

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