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    Freeware Repository?

    I'm working on a number of various scripts for different tasks and at the moment, and when I have an updated version of a script, I just save it as a text file with a newer version name.

    My scripts folder is filling up fast and is becoming more difficult to manage so I'm wondering if there is some free software which I can use to keep track of my scripts and versions that also allows the checking in/out of scripts which are being worked on?

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    If you use it, sharepoint does that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawns View Post
    I'm wondering if there is some free software which I can use to keep track of my scripts and versions that also allows the checking in/out of scripts which are being worked on?
    You need a source code control system. That Wikipedia article links to a comparison page for several, but you'd probably be better off using something like Sourceforge to host your code for you, rather than set up a source code control server yourself.

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    MediaWiki can do kinda that, it does versioning on edits (EG: Revision history of "About EduGeek.net" - Wiki). But it sounds you more want a VCS as dhicks pointed out, such as Git, SVN, RCS to point out a few.

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