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Source Control for Selenium
We're in the middle of setting up a Selenium framework using Java bindings, TestNG, Maven and Eclipse/IntelliJ.
We need source control. It's a small team (5 at most) and there's not going to be a lot of complicated branching etc..
So my first thoughts where SVN or GIT.
Can anyone just give direction based on their experiences or recommend any other source control tools (open source please) that would be a good fit?
My personal preference is towards git. Both will work quite well.
Originally Posted by paddykool
I would say if you're trying to integrate into development workflow, having test source reside side by side with code under test, I would highly recommend git because of how it handles branch/merges better, ability to revert a series of changes by commits rather than by file.
Personally, I feel GIT is easy wrt commit, braching and merging.
Many thanks for the reply's folks.
I'm kinda veering towards SVN purely because it seems to be simpiler and will have a shorter ramp-up time. Is this correct to say?
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