I'm not aware of any way to use source control for binary files (FM or 
otherwise) other than just being able to know if the file has changed 
(even that may not really be very accurate). And there's no way to do a 
useful diff of two FM files other than using the Compare utility in FM.

This is one of the big advantages of using XML, since the files are text 
(as long as you use an XML-aware diff tool).

You *could* store MIF files in your version control system, but then 
you'll need to add a MIF round-tripping workflow .. probably not a 
viable option.

Hopefully someone else will have some other ideas.

Cheers,

...scott


Flato, Gillian wrote:
> Is there any source control out there that works really well with Frame?
> We have subversion here, but that can only read ASCII files. It stores
> Frame's proprietary files and graphics, but it can't do a diff report on
> them. Or at least, is there any source control that can read PDFs and do
> diff reports on them?
>  
> Has anyone tried using PDM with Frame? My engineers are planning on
> implementing that for their DWG files and I could probably use it too.
>  
>
> Thank you,
>
>  
>
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