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Baselines and Branching

Glennan Carnie

Technical Consultant at Feabhas Ltd
Glennan is an embedded systems and software engineer with over 20 years experience, mostly in high-integrity systems for the defence and aerospace industry.

He specialises in C++, UML, software modelling, Systems Engineering and process development.

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A baseline is an identified set of files and directories in which there is one and only one version of each file and directory.

A baseline identifies one particular configuration of the software (or a subset thereof)

The baseline represents a fixed point in the development; that may be recreated as required.

Specifying a Baseline

A baseline defines a set of files, each at a particular version. These need not be the latest (most recent) version. A baseline label uniquely identifies the configuration. Files […]

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Fundamentals of Configuration Management

Glennan Carnie

Technical Consultant at Feabhas Ltd
Glennan is an embedded systems and software engineer with over 20 years experience, mostly in high-integrity systems for the defence and aerospace industry.

He specialises in C++, UML, software modelling, Systems Engineering and process development.

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Configuration Management (CM) is a core process in any development activity. Software engineers realise this more than any other discipline, but for many software teams using Subversion as a source code repository is as far as they get. Configuration Management is a lot more than this.

These articles introduce the fundamental concepts of Configuration Management and what they mean to the development team. Revision control is the most well known and understood CM activity but few extend this to develop artefact […]

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