I'm looking for a simple version control system. I'm the only programmer in my team and I would be the only one who is making changes to files.
It gets complicated when the inputs change and I have to branch from the main source code into two (most times) versions - this will provide two different functionality.
I have searched a lot and found the following:
Emacs has VC which can do version control and it supports - RCS,CVS,SVN Git etc. I read the VC portion of the manual - but could not help me create a simple directory with files in it.
When I created the
RCS- it is looking for a file "RCS" the same is true with
- Magit is a package for Emacs which can do version control management.
I started running into problems during installation, it was looking for a git directory - which for some reason was not there and I ended up with errors during Magit installation.
(Note: I had installed Magit through MELPA and I had installed all the
requires packages for the Magit before the actual Magit installation)
I adjust need an example on how to set this up