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Is anyone here uses subversion to keep the C++ header and implementation files to the repository? I need your help... Pls reply.. Thank you...

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you can't. Only version control system that can store C++ files is Visual SourceSafe.

<irony mode off>
read the documentation, get the Good Book, and away you go.

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<irony mode off>

jwenting, I didn't see you turn on your irony mode. Does that mean all your posts before this were ironic? ;)

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you can't. Only version control system that can store C++ files is Visual SourceSafe.

<irony mode off>
read the documentation, get the Good Book, and away you go.

Ok I bite. why is Visual SourceSafe the only version control system that can store c++ files ? :-/ I know for a fact there are others.

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> jwenting, I didn't see you turn on your irony mode. Does that mean all your posts before this were ironic?

Yeah even I am surprised, JSP uses the XHTML like syntax which mandates an opening tag for each closing tag ... ;-)

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