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DevChannel: Subversion: The New-Generation CVS

Jun 01, 2004, 07:00 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Daniel Rubio)

"Software development is an iterative process that benefits from coordination between developers and with historical archives. To facilitate such practices, developers can turn to special versioning software. In this article we will explore Subversion, one of the most recently released version control suites.

"If you have ever collaborated on an open source project you are probably no stranger to Concurrent Versions System (CVS), the most popular open source version control system. A great majority of code bases are under CVS control. Even if you have developed mostly proprietary software, chances are good you have worked with CVS, since it offers a great alternative to more expensive proprietary versioning systems like Bitkeeper or Perforce. Subversion builds on CVS concepts..."

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