[Tutor] Python workspace - IDE and version control

Alan Gauld alan.gauld at btinternet.com
Wed Jan 20 00:01:48 CET 2010

"Kent Johnson" <kent37 at tds.net> wrote

>> I use plain old RCS for version control because its just me working on 
>> the
>> code.
> hg init # create a repository

md RCS in rcs

> hg st # show what will be checked in
> <edit .hgignore to remove build artifacts, etc from the above>
> hg add # mark new files as to be added

Don't need any of that stuff

> hg ci -m "Initial checkin" # the actual checkin

ci foo.py in rcs

> and voila! you have a version-controlled project!

I prefer RCS - two commands is all you need (ci/co) :-)

Alan G. 

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