KDS Users, what do most people archive in revision control, select files or just commit everything

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KDS Users, what do most people archive in revision control, select files or just commit everything

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Contributor II

Hi All, looking for best practices using revision control with Kinetis Design Studio.

 

Do most people just add and commit the entire project or is there a minimum list of project files/directories plus all your .c and .h files? Is there a document somewhere describing this? Specifically, does it make sense to just archive the following:

 

ProcessorExpert.pe file

ProjectInfo.xml file

Documenation directory

Generated_Code directory

Project_Settings directory

Sources directory

Static_Code directory

 

And not archive any code pulled in from the SDK, that is, don't archive the SDK directory.

 

Would love to read how large projects share code and automate nightly builds, etc., while keeping disc usage in your revision control system to a minimum, all from KDS.

 

 

Many Thanks, Johnny

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thx, Johnny

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NXP Employee

Hi Johnny,

I think that the following post created by our colleague Erich Styger might be helpful for you, it explains the usage of version control with Processor Expert projects:

Version Control with Processor Expert Projects | MCU on Eclipse

It was done using CodeWarrior but the same applies to KDS.

Hope it helps!

Best Regards,

Carlos Mendoza

Technical Support Engineer

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