xTIMEcomposer Code Under Version Control
Do you need to keep your code under source/revision control with a solution like Git, Subversion (SVN), Mercurial? Are you using an Eclipse-based IDE like xTIMEcomposer (XMOS) or Code Composer Studio (Texas Instruments) and hate all the
/.metadata junk that should stay far away from your precous code?
That's exactly what I wanted. I literally wanted just my code sitting under version control (SVN in my case) and I needed to be able to pull and build that code on multiple machines. Putting your entire workspace folder under version control is a really bad idea (I tried it) because it's got a bunch of junk created by Eclipse that you never wanted. It also isn't portable. Making a pull on a new machine results in a bunch of Eclipse errors.
This was my answer to my own question I posted/asked on the XMOS forums. The original post is here. I d