Share projects / source code management

You can manage your source files using the integrated Source Code Management (SCM) module or third-party version control systems.

You can share your Genero projects using a Version Control System (VCS) such as Apache's Subversion:

  • A network drive/directory must be set up on the remote server for the storage of the project and source files.
  • All paths in the 4pw files must be relative paths; only the path of the project(s) can be absolute.
  • The network drive/directory must be mapped on each client machine.
  • You will check out a copy of the project file and source files from the repository to your mapped network drive. After making changes, commit your files back to the repository.

Genero Studio for Windows® includes Apache's Subversion client, which enables collaborative sharing and maintaining of the files in Genero projects. Genero Studio for GNU/Linux® and Genero Studio for macOS™ rely on Subversion 1.9 or greater, which must have been installed on the system. For more information about Apache's Subversion, see:

To specify the location of your SVN client, set the Subversion preferences.