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For some kinds of projects, it may be necessary to be able to reconstruct the exact environment used to create each specific version of the software including compilers, linkers, code libraries, and so on. In that case, you will want to put all of those tools into version control, too.
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Many companies (including my company) have experienced good results from creating standardized development machine configurations. A disk image is
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A backup plan isn t a dramatic new concept; it s the idea of backing up your work periodically. If you were writing a book by hand, you wouldn t leave the pages in a pile on your porch. If you did, they might get rained on or blown away, or your neighbor s dog might borrow them for a little bedtime reading. You d put them somewhere safe. Software is less tangible, so it s easier to forget that you have something of enormous value on one machine. Many things can happen to computerized data. A disk can fail. You or someone else can delete key files accidentally. An angry employee can sabotage your machine. You could lose a machine to theft, flood, or fire. Take steps to safeguard your work. Your backup plan should include making backups on a periodic basis and periodic transfer of backups to off-site storage, and it should encompass all the important materials on your project documents, graphics, and notes in addition to source code. One often-overlooked aspect of devising a backup plan is a test of your backup procedure. Try doing a restore at some point to make sure that the backup contains everything you need and that the recovery works. When you finish a project, make a project archive. Save a copy of everything: source code, compilers, tools, requirements, design, documentation everything you need to re-create the product. Keep it all in a safe place.
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CHECKLIST: Configuration Management
General
Is your software-configuration-management plan designed to help programmers and minimize overhead Does your SCM approach avoid overcontrolling the project Do you group change requests, either through informal means such as a list of pending changes or through a more systematic approach such as a change-control board
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Do you systematically estimate the effect of each proposed change Do you view major changes as a warning that requirements development isn t yet complete
Tools
Do you use version-control software to facilitate configuration management Do you use version-control software to reduce coordination problems of working in teams
Backup
Do you back up all project materials periodically Are project backups transferred to off-site storage periodically Are all materials backed up, including source code, documents, graphics, and important notes Have you tested the backup-recovery procedure
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Additional Resources on Configuration Management
Because this book is about construction, this section has focused on change control from a construction point of view. But changes affect projects at all levels, and a comprehensive change-control strategy needs to do the same. Hass, Anne Mette Jonassen, Configuration Management Principles and Practices, Boston, Mass.: Addison Wesley, 2003. This book provides the bigpicture view of software configuration management and practical details on how to incorporate it into your software development process. It focuses on managing and controlling configuration items. Berczuk, Stephen P. and Brad Appleton, Software Configuration Management Patterns: Effective Teamwork, Practical Integration, Boston, Mass.: Addison Wesley, 2003. Like Hass s book, this book provides a CM overview and practical. It complements Hass book by focusing on branching strategies that allow teams of developers to isolate and coordinate their work. SPMN. Little Book of Configuration Management. Arlington, VA; Software Program Managers Network, 1998. This pamphlet is an introduction to configuration management activities and defines critical success factors. It is available as a free download from the SPMN website at www.spmn.com/products_guidebooks.html.
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