SEGGER Embedded Studio supports Subversion, Git, and Mercurial as source-control systems. To enable SEGGER Embedded Studio to utilize source-control features, you need to install, on your operating system, the appropriate command line client for the source-control systems that you will use.

Once you have installed the command line client, you must configure SEGGER Embedded Studio to use it.

To configure Subversion:
  1. Choose Tools > Options.
  2. Select the Source Control category in the options dialog.
  3. Set the Executable environment option of the Subversion Options group to point to Subversion svn command. On Windows operating systems, the Subversion command is svn.exe.
To configure Git:
  1. Choose Tools > Options.
  2. Select the Source Control category in the options dialog.
  3. Set the Executable environment option of the Git Options group to point to Git git command. On Windows operating systems, the Git command is git.exe.
To configure Mercurial:
  1. Choose Tools > Options.
  2. Select the Source Control category in the options dialog.
  3. Set the Executable environment option of the Mercurial Options group to point to Git hg command. On Windows operating systems, the Git command is hg.exe.