Quiz Chapter 25

Question

The chapter mentions both codelines and baselines. What is the purpose of each? How are they related?

Answer

  • Baseline - A baseline is a collection of component versions that make up a system. Baselines are controlled, which means that the versions of the components making up the system cannot be changed. This means that it should always be possible to recreate a baseline from its constituent components.
  • Codeline - A codeline is a set of versions of a software component and other configuration items on which that component depends.
The Baseline incules a set of components that make up a complete system, and is partly composed of specific versions of each component it used in the Codeline.


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