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Hi All,
Has anybody used Subversion tool to store LoadRunner scripts with versioning. Please direct me if anybody used. Thank you very much in advance.

RE: LoadRunner

Are these scripts special in some way? Are they in binary or in a text format?

+++ Despite being wrong in every important aspect, that is a very good analogy +++
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RE: LoadRunner

Any file checked in to Subversion gets versioned, whether it be text or binary. Perhaps what you're asking is if you can diff the file? If the files are text, they can be diffed.

Craig Berntson
MCSD, Visual FoxPro MVP, www.craigberntson.com/blog
 

RE: LoadRunner

No, I was just wondering. The merge function of subversion works better with textual files, and if the scripts are just text files, there should be no problem whatsoever to put them in subversion and work together on them. If they are binary, or even compressed, it would make the use of subversion slightly less useful.

+++ Despite being wrong in every important aspect, that is a very good analogy +++
   Hex (in Darwin's Watch)

RE: LoadRunner

My experience after using several different SCC tools is that merge usually doesn't work well, causing more problems than it solves.

Craig Berntson
MCSD, Visual FoxPro MVP, www.craigberntson.com/blog
 

RE: LoadRunner

(OP)
Thanks a lot for all the input.

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