pa_bryan at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Nov 18 14:42:37 EST 2002
Thanks all. Basically everyone said pretty much what I was expecting, so it's
good to see I'm on the right track!
On Thursday 14 November 2002 12:47, you wrote:
> Hi, kinda' broad question here.
> I was just wondering what processes people use in developing software
> (aside from all the standard software development stuff, eg. sdlc). What
> I'm really interested in is the software people use under linux (CVS, Mr.
> Project, case tools etc.). I'm curios as to whether people use a
> combination of things, maybe emacs and cvs to develop the code and doco, or
> a single piece of software to manage a project.
> I'm just trying to figure out the best way to manage and document my work
> and was considering using cvs to manage all my code and documentation. I'll
> probably be writing plain text doco at the moment until I learn a bit more
> about SGML or TeX. I also need to sort out some project management (nothing
> too onerous otherwise the management will outweight the project(s) itself).
> Has anyone got some pointers as to software/processes used in developing
> software on a linux platform (note, the software is developed on a linux
> platform but may be used on others)? As I said, process-wise, I'm not too
> interested in generic stuff, but how people go about things with linux or
> just unix in general.
> Also, I've got some ideas for project management and version control
> software, but has anyone had any experience with case tools on linux? If
> so, any recommendations?
> I hope I've explained myself well enough ;-)
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