Read about the ArchiveMethod eco-system for maintaining your 4D code libraries.
What is ArchiveMethod? Glad you asked. See below.
You can get this PDF describing the full functionality of ArchiveMethod for free. Just add it to your cart and checkout.
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Author: Robert Livingston
Contact: rlivingston – at the usual mobile me address – me.com
Archive Method is a 4D system that collects all your methods in your 4D databases (as many as you want) into a single 4D database for version control, documentation and archiving in a single location. This allows the developer to monitor the changes over time and search for methods or code they have used in the past. If you have ever wondered where your routine for customizing mail addresses lives or what the latest version of your parsing routine is – ArchiveMethod is the tool for you.
It is written by long-time 4D developer Dr. Robert Livingston to solve a need he had for keeping track of all his database methods. It is now available for all 4D programmers to use. He is always open to feature enhancements and considers every request as an opportunity to improve the product.
The product includes complete user documentation as well as over-the-shoulder video tutorials on best practices in using the ArchiveMethod system.