Project SCS. a lightweight source control system for Windows platforms. The Need for Source Control. Projects are not done by an individual Projects are not done at the same location
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a lightweight source control system for Windows platforms
This is especially true with open source and free software, where large projects have developers across the world.
Important drawbacks of no source control :
The SCS System consists of :
SCS Client A
SCS Client B
The server may be local or remote, and starts as soon as the Administrator logs in to the SCS system using the following interface :
This loads the view of the Projects in the SCS server where information about each project is displayed.
The view may be changed to show the details of every user along with the projects he/she is involved in :
There are modules for managing (adding, deleting, editing etc.) users and projects.
The client logs into the server using a dialog, which enables him to use a local or remote SCS server.
The default port used is 2401 (which is the same tcp port used by cvs on Linux).
The client now successively selects the project, the files and the editor and starts working. At the end the changes are committed to the SCS server.
Project Team :