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Storing CodeWright Project file in version control?
2003-11-18 11:11:07 PM
We would like to store the CodeWright project file along with
our source files in a version control system (right now we're
using Visual Source Safe). Unfortunately it looks like the
.pjt file contains references to absolute paths that may
prevent this from working. We were able to get rid of some of
the paths (like the Edit Search Path), but not others (like
the path to the symbol file). Also, it looks like CodeWright
stores other references to files with absolute paths (like
So I guess my questions are:
- Has anyone been able to remove all absolute paths from the
.pjt file so that multiple developers (with slightly different
PC setups) could all use the same project file without
modification? If so, what were the steps you had to take
to craft the proper .pjt file?
- Does the .psp file need to be stored as well?
Thanks in advance for any information you might provide on this