Configuring Delphi 8 for .NET and your source control system to interact is a simple task. First, install and configure your source control system itself. If you are an individual developer or in a small shop, you might be required to perform this task yourself. Otherwise, if you are in a large, distributed environment, it is likely that your system administrator or project manager handles this task. In any case, refer to the documentation for your particular source control system to perform the installation and configuration before you attempt to use source control capabilities in Delphi 8 for .NET and to learn more about how your system operates. After your source control system is installed and configured, Delphi 8 for .NET auto-detects which system you have installed.
You can install and use multiple source control systems from within Delphi 8 for .NET. When you perform certain tasks you are required to log in to the source control system repository of your choice.
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