Use this dialog to create and delete branch lines of an app that’s stored on a version control server.
A branch line allows independent development from other development lines. There are two main reasons for creating a branch line: 1. To do maintenance development on a version of your app that is running in production. You can keep on developing in the main line while you fix issues in the branch line. 2. If you are starting the development of a very large feature that will take more than a day to develop. By doing this in a branch line you can commit the half-implemented feature (possibly even with errors) without disturbing other development in the main line.
Use this setting to select the location where your app is stored. This can be either the Team Server or another SVN server.
This option is only available when support for other SVN servers is enabled in the Preferences dialog.
2.1 Mendix Team Server
Select the Team Server app of which you want to manage the branch lines. If you have an app open in Studio Pro it will be selected automatically. However, you can also manage branch lines without opening an app first, in which case no app will be selected.
For more information about the Mendix Team Server, see Team Server.
2.2 Other SVN Server
In the SVN repository address field, enter the address of the app you want to manage and click Connect to load the available branches from the repository.
3 Creating Branch Lines
You can create a new branch line by clicking New above the list of branch lines. This will show a new dialog where you can specify the properties of the new branch.
See Create Branch Line Dialog for a description of this dialog.
4 Deleting Branch Lines
Existing branch lines can be removed by selecting them and then clicking Delete. Note that this operation cannot be undone.