We have two authors working on one project. Our dev team uses TFS. I don't have a preference for which source control solution we use, I just want it to be easy to work on our topics. From the search I've done, it looks like both are accessed from within RoboHelp, but I'm not 100% on that.
Why should I pick one solution over the other?
You can use both Source Control systems. If your developers are already using TFS, it might be easier to use that too. For RoboSource control you need to create a new database on a server and connect to that. Why bother if you already have TFS ready to use? Personally, I use TFS because the developers wanted me to use the same source control system as them. Before that I used VSS, but either worked for me. I suspect it will be the same for most other source control systems.
For more info on using RoboSource control, see: http://www.adobe.com/devnet-archive/robohelp/articles/robosource.html
For more info on using TFS, see: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/robohelp/articles/robohelp-tfs-integration .html
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