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Application Note 279

Using Git for Project Management with uVision

Teamwork is the basis of many modern microcontroller development projects. Often teams are distributed all over the world and over various time zones. Synchronizing the development work is the main task for project managers. As this work cannot be done by sending files via email from one location to another, Software Version Control Systems (SVCS) are used. In the past, Concurrent Versions System (CVS) and Subversion (SVN) have been popular for workflows with a centralized server infrastructure. Nowadays, more and more decentralized workflows have been established, making use of a new SVCS called Git.

This application note describes how to integrate Git into µVision and how to establish a robust workflow for version control of projects using Software Packs.

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Thursday, May 28, 2015

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