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version control. (1) establishment and maintenance of baselines and the identification and control of changes to baselines that make it possible to return to the previous baseline (ISO/IEC/IEEE 24765:2010 Systems and software engineering--Vocabulary) See Also: change control


module. (1) program unit that is discrete and identifiable with respect to compiling, combining with other units, and loading (ISO/IEC 19506:2012 Information technology -- Object Management Group Architecture-Driven Modernization (ADM) -- Knowledge Discovery Meta-Model (KDM), 4) (2) logically separable part of a program (ISO/IEC 19506:2012 Information technology -- Object Management Group Architecture-Driven Modernization (ADM) -- Knowledge Discovery Meta-Model (KDM), 4) (3) set of source code files under version control that can be manipulated together as one (ISO/IEC/IEEE 24765:2010 Systems and software engineering--Vocabulary) (4) collection of both data and the routines that act on it (ISO/IEC/IEEE 24765:2010 Systems and software engineering--Vocabulary) Note: The terms 'module', 'component,' and 'unit' are often used interchangeably or defined to be subelements of one another in different ways depending upon the context. The relationship of these terms is not yet standardized.


commit. (1) to integrate the changes made to a developer's private view of the source code into a branch accessible through the version control system's repository (ISO/IEC/IEEE 24765:2010 Systems and software engineering--Vocabulary)


repo master. (1) the person in charge of the version control system's repository (ISO/IEC/IEEE 24765:2010 Systems and software engineering--Vocabulary) Note: one who has rights to perform repo surgery.


repo surgery. (1) changes made directly to the version control system's repository, bypassing the system's commands (ISO/IEC/IEEE 24765:2010 Systems and software engineering--Vocabulary) Example: by issuing database commands or directly manipulating system files Note: Through repo surgery, a repo master can perform operations that the version control system does not directly support.


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