It isn't surprising that most FoxPro developers think of one primary tool when version/source control is mentioned: Visual SourceSafe. After all, this was the Microsoft tool that was heavily promoted when version control integration was first promoted in VFP. (I recall YAG and Flash introducing their Multi-User Project Manager for FoxPro which was my first introduction to how to let multiple developers work on the same project, absolutely needing some kind of version control) But if you, like many other VFP developers, were geographically remote, you quickly discovered SourceGear's SourceOffSite , a SourceSafe client that made working remotely fast and easy. SourceGear's founder, Eric Sink , has written on version control for years and SourceGear moved from assisting SourceSafe to Vault , a SQL Server based alternative and additional tools, such as bug-tracking. VFP's integration of source control isn't perfect - most of it due to its use of the DBF/FPT format fo
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