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    SitePoint Enthusiast silver trophy tenfourstudios's Avatar
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    Managing Code

    Hi guys, not sure if this is the right place or not.

    I'm looking to set up a script or download software that will help me accomplish the following. I am starting a business that uses a lot of Javascript code over and over. For the most part the core of the scripts will not change from client to client, therefore I would like to maintain a library or archive of past code for future reference on other projects.

    What would be the best way of doing this? This is a 7 person team that I would all like to add, delete, and maintain code on the library.

    Thanks!
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    I think the best thing would be to use some sort of version/source control software: either Subversion/SVN (http://subversion.tigris.org/) if you want one central code repository or Git (http://git-scm.com/) if you want more flexibility. Git has become a more popular option lately, I think it's because it's a bit simpler, more intuitive, and more flexible, but read up on the options before deciding which to go with.

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    Also, if you go with Git you can use the online Github service, which I really like:

    http://github.com/


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