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Base5Builder
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Hi,

I’ve released a few items on different marketplaces (only 1 on CodeCanyon) and I’m finding it increasingly difficult to track which versions I’ve release or ones I’m working on.

Is there a “version tracker” out there that I could use for my projects? I tried Tortoise SVN but that never installed properly on my system. Is there something simple I could use?

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I use https://github.com/

Thanks for the super-fast reply. That means you are on a paid plan, right? They’re the only ones with private repositories.

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You don’t need GitHub to use git (git is the underlying VCS tool). You also don’t need any remote repo (GitHub), but if you want a private one to push into Bitbucket has free private repos (team collab is paid).

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OriginalEXE
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I use https://github.com/
Thanks for the super-fast reply. That means you are on a paid plan, right? They’re the only ones with private repositories.
Yes, I pay for private repos.

As GravityDept mentioned, you can use bitbucket, it supports free private repositories.

The reason I use GitHub even though I have to pay for it is because I find that it has a better interface.

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I use https://github.com/
Thanks for the super-fast reply. That means you are on a paid plan, right? They’re the only ones with private repositories.
Yes, I pay for private repos.

As GravityDept mentioned, you can use bitbucket, it supports free private repositories.

The reason I use GitHub even though I have to pay for it is because I find that it has a better interface.

I also use GitHub on a paid plan, as I feel it has the nicest interface. :)

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Yes, I pay for private repos.

As GravityDept mentioned, you can use bitbucket, it supports free private repositories.

The reason I use GitHub even though I have to pay for it is because I find that it has a better interface.

That’s true, Github web interface is better than BitBucket. But having many private repositories makes me use BitBucket for free unlimited private repositories, but I still use Github for free repositories.

But, for my daily work, I use “Github For Windows” software to manage both my Github repos and Bitbucket repos.

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I just zip everything up upon release then do the same creating new zips with every version change

must learn git

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Thanks! I’ll definitely check out Bitbucket.

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I just zip everything up upon release then do the same creating new zips with every version change must learn git

LOL! Same thing I do… and I’m going crazy.

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