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Source Code Management
Source code management is a special form of version management. It is used to record changes to documents or files. All versions are saved in an archive and can be compared and/or restored later. In the case of several developers, they also coordinate access to the files.
acCompare - Differenzen im VBA-Code ermitteln
This tool compares the forms, reports, modules or classes of two Access, Excel or Word files to examine the differences in code. You need an additional compare tool of your choice like WinDiff, WinMerge or ExamDiff.
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Ivercy - Source code control integration for Microsoft Access
This add-in lets you do common source code control operations without leaving Microsoft Access and get visual information about your object's status. It works with Microsoft Access 2010, 2013 and 2016 and with all Microsoft Source Code Control API (MSSCCI) compatible source code control providers, including Microsoft Team Foundation Server, Sourcegear Vault and Perforce P4 and many more.
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The open source project msaccess-vcs-addin is an Access add-in for source code management/version management.
With the add-in, the entire Access application or only individual elements from it can be exported or restored. The generated text files can be used in the desired version management using TortoisGit or similar. The Access add-in can be installed without administrator rights and contains a ribbon as of version 4 as an alternative to starting via the Access add-in menu.
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As a COM-AddIn, OASIS-SVN fully integrates into the Access-Environment and offers all necessary functions to save all objects and properties as separate files. These files can be managed with almost any modern versioning system. The current version of OASIS-SVN does not only support Subversion as version control system. It let's you choose between the three most common systems: Subversion (SVN), Git or Mercurial. You can choose the desired system for each database project separately.
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