SVN & Xcode
When you’re coding a huge project in Xcode, and you’ve written all of this awesome stuff, it’s almost done, and the big release is coming soon, that’s when the worst happens: The hard drive that had all of your code on it dies suddenlyYou didn’t have a backup in TimeMachineFiles become corruptedYou remove some important code, or overwrite it, accidentally – and save over your only copy; and you don’t know how you’ll ever manage to rewrite those thousands of lines of code over againAll of the above Using Subversion with Xcode 3.0
Version Control with Subversion and Xcode
Xcode IDE Getting Control with Subversion and Xcode
Version Control in Xcode using SCM | iPhone Tutorial for Beginne On Monday I shifted to Xcode SCM for visioning control and its seems to me very cool.
Most new developers, especially those with no serious intentions of becoming a professional programmer, generally think of version control software as being something that they don't need. Heck, I resisted using it for a long time even after programming became my livelihood because on most of my projects, I was the sole developer. Version Control is Your Friend
Do not forget the 'Not Quite Done Yet' step ;-) by Jan 11