2 Replies Latest reply: Aug 15, 2011 4:46 AM by LaKisha1 RSS

    What Should *and* Should Not Go Into Source Control?

    LaKisha1 Community Member

      I've seen posts with tidbits of what should not go into source control, but I haven't seen a comprehensive list of what should and should not go into source control. Does anyone know? Here's what I know so far - do not put the following files in source control: .pss, .cpd, .ldb and .hhp.


      Right now I'm wondering about the XPJ file. If two or more people are working on a project, should this file be source controlled?


      Is there a specific list of files that DO need to be in source control in order to maintain the project's integrity?