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    Source Control

    Sorry if this is the wrong forum but as I mostly do C# programming I thought I'd post here. I was wondering what most people use for source control with Visual Studio 2010 and perhaps point me in the right direction

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    Re: Source Control

    What most use I don't know but I use and like subversion combined with http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/
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    Re: Source Control

    Is there any way of making these run within Visual Studio or must they be used outside of that?

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    Re: Source Control

    I love svn as well. I use visual svn to run it inside visual studio. it costs $50 (us) and well worth it, but tortoise is free (which it also uses, but doesn't run in visual studio, but IMO isn't a big problem given svn's model). there is another scc provider plugin (which I don't at all care for) that integrates with svn called ankh svn

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    Re: Source Control

    Thanks for the info I will give TortoiseSVN a try. I remember using Mercurial a while ago when I did a Java project at college but I haven't yet tried Subversion

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