What configuration management system do you use for Model-Based Design?

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Model-Based Design produces multiple files that require managing them through version control, and configuration management. With all these files to keep track of, what configuration management system do you use for managing your MATLAB and Simulink files?

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Kai Harth
Kai Harth el 20 de Jun. de 2011
We are currently working with a (legacy) CVS setup... but I am evaluating switching us over to SVN.

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Han Geerligs
Han Geerligs el 4 de Ag. de 2011
we are using Visual Source safe to do the revision management.

Fangjun Jiang
Fangjun Jiang el 4 de Ag. de 2011
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Fangjun Jiang
Fangjun Jiang el 13 de En. de 2012
Alberto, What I mean is that we use the built-in capability of the MATLAB/Simulink to use the ClearCase. There are a few other SCM tools that are also supported by MATLAB.
1) Not that much for synchronization, just re-generate the code every time the model is updated. We thought about checking the time stamps stuff but opt to just re-generate everything.
2) Merge of models is tricky. We really didn't do merge in a large and systematic scale. There are external tools that can do diff and limited merge. MATLAB/Simulink built-in tools are also getting there in recent versions.
Frederic Vartanian
Frederic Vartanian el 28 de Mzo. de 2012
medini unite is such an external tool. It offers comparison and merge of SIMULINK models and can be integrated in a number of SCM tools, such as CVS, SVN, ClearCase and Visual Source Safe. You can request a trial here www.ikv.de/mediniunite/

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