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code version control in SAS ENTERPRISE GUIDE which is connected unix

Do we have any code version control when we doing the coding/code changes in SAS Enterprise Guide, which is connected to unix?

Please suggest me anyother tools than the GIT.

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‎10-12-2017 01:38 PM
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Re: code version control in SAS ENTERPRISE GUIDE which is connected unix

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Git is the only system that is integrated with SAS Enterprise Guide.  Running code on Unix does not preclude Git, but it does mean that your "working version" of code must be stored in a local cloned repo.  The Git repository can be anywhere: on Windows, Unix, or even GitHub.

 

If your code files can't "leave" your Unix file system, then you'll have to manage the version control outside of SAS Enterprise Guide using other tools such as Subversion, CVS, or another commercial tool.

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‎10-12-2017 01:38 PM
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Re: code version control in SAS ENTERPRISE GUIDE which is connected unix

Posted in reply to JoshuaHarris

Git is the only system that is integrated with SAS Enterprise Guide.  Running code on Unix does not preclude Git, but it does mean that your "working version" of code must be stored in a local cloned repo.  The Git repository can be anywhere: on Windows, Unix, or even GitHub.

 

If your code files can't "leave" your Unix file system, then you'll have to manage the version control outside of SAS Enterprise Guide using other tools such as Subversion, CVS, or another commercial tool.

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ThankYou. Am clear now. Very helpful Smiley Happy
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