There are many ways to manage a project using source control, each with its own uses and benefits. This paper covers topics that help produce a system that is both effective and usable for any given situation, including considerations such as: How will the project be used once it is checked out? How are the input files organized? How will the constraints be managed? How can scripting help? And of course, which files and directories need to be under source control?

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