Hi, I am new user of test complete.
Now I want to use the version control tool to manage my TC script.
I find that maybe svn is better than cvs, But I can't find the illustration about svn. So does TC support SVN?
TestComplete can work with source code control systems that support the Microsoft SCC API. Subversion does not support this API natively.
So, you need to install some SCC provider for Subversion. You can find some useful links on their web site: http://subversion.tigris.org/links.html
I am using PushOK plugin with SVN. works good. TC does not have a option to check in code, but keep it checked out option. it is kind of annoying to check in then perform a check out if you want to keep on working on it.
It also does not support the idea of putting one comment on all the items being checked in.
Our instance of SVN requires a comment linking it to a task # for each item checked in. Any other SVN client would ask for this one time and apply that comment to all the files being checked in. TC/PushOK, in it's infinite wisdom, requires that comment to be entered for EVERY file individually. So, when I first check in a project suite, I get about 20-30 prompts for a check-in message.
Because of that, we aren't using it right now and just use Tortoise to check in and check out the projects and then just open it up via the TC directory.