Version Sensitive Editing: Change History as a Programming Tool

  title={Version Sensitive Editing: Change History as a Programming Tool},
  author={David L. Atkins},
Software Version Control Systems (VCSs) are used to store the versions of program source code created throughout the software development cycle. The traditional purpose of such systems has been mostly administrative, providing the safe storage of source code and the ability to recreate earlier versions, as well as tracking the progress of new feature development and problem resolution. Software developers often regard the VCS as a necessary but unpleasant encumbrance to the software design and… CONTINUE READING
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