So using Lutz Epperlein’s vc-framework is the same process?

Thanks,
Sandor Szatmari


















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 From:   Tom Benedict <benedic...@comcast.net> 
 To:   4D iNug Technical <4d_tech@lists.4d.com>, Sandor Szatmari 
<s...@infoplusonline.com> 
 Sent:   1/11/2019 5:10 PM 
 Subject:   Re: 4D and Subversion 

Hi Sandor, 
 
> >From what I gather the process is going to be as follows: 
> > 
> >Install component (may need to create directory) 
> >Reboot server (maybe?) 
> >If not installed in start up method open a method and invoke from macro 
> >method 
> >Go to the directory created by the export and add the files to Subversion 
>  
 
I think you have it figured out. Once the components are installed, (yes, you 
can simply create the folder) they should work ‘automatically’. The new macros 
should appear in the method editor window. The export should happen 
automatically each time you save a method. 
 
Lutz Epperlein’s vc-framework includes import, which you may find useful if you 
are doing distributed development or need to branch. 
 
Tom Benedict

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