The sheer number of Flash projects, cheap developers and updates our company handles these days has become worrisome to me, and I’m in the market for a good version control system now.
I may be fooling myself, but I imagine most Flash developers do not use a separate version-control system to maintain their projects on a regular basis. If you do, I’d love to hear from you.
I’ve always leaned toward open-source solutions when possible, and I’ve used CVS (Concurrent Versioning System) for many Perl, Java and HTML projects in the past. I’d love to stick with it, but I’m not too sure how well it integrates into the usual Flash workflow (or for that matter, I don’t really know what the “usual” Flash workflow even is!).
If you think CVS will work, great — let me know, and give me an idea of what I’m facing here. If not, why not? And what would you suggest?
Thanks, and I look forward to hearing your ideas and experiences.