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Practical Subversion (Expert's Voice in Open Source)by Daniel Berlin
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An open source version control project, Subversion is enjoying considerable interest due to its stated intention of resolving longstanding problems found within the aging Concurrent Versioning System (CVS), long the standard solution for millions of projects around the globe. Accordingly, high-profile companies and open source project teams are migrating en masse to Subversion, some of which include all projects maintained by the Apache Software Foundation, Python, Samba, Mono, and Plone. Further, SourceForge.net recently announced Subversion support for its more than 120,000 hosted projects, meaning the more than 1 million members now have the opportunity to begin taking advantage of Subversion's superior management features.
Updated to reflect the most recent changes to the popular Subversion version control system, this new edition offers valuable information pertinent to the new filesystem backend for repositories, support for the lock-modify-unlock model of development, full WebDAV autoversioning, and improved language bindings for the APIs.
Practical Subversion, Second Edition draws on the experience of its authors, Daniel Berlin and Garrett Rooney? both Subversion project members?to guide you through a complete introduction to this popular code management solution. This edition has been updated to reflect changes to the popular Subversion version control system. After a crash course on Subversions key features, including a theme project that youre encouraged to follow, you?ll explore best practices, migration tips for moving from other versioning solutions, Subversion integration, and an overview of the Subversion APIs.
Effective developers and system administrators alike understand that their success is related to their ability to manage the dozens, sometimes hundreds, of files that they come into contact with on a regular basis. This file management includes determining a files changes over time, accommodating simultaneous edits by multiple users, and even reverting a file to an earlier version if a mistake or deletion has been made. Capitalizing on such capabilities requires a version control system like Subversion. You?ll want to pick up a copy of this book because it isThe most up-to-date book on the popular Subversion version control system Authored by two Subversion project contributors More than a mere introduction, covering best practices, migration issues, and more effective versioning through tool integration
Rev. ed. of: Practical subversion / Garrett Rooney.
Table of Contents
Introducing Subversion.- A Crash Course in Subversion.- Repository Administration.- Migrating from Other Version Control Systems.- Advanced Apache Integration.- Best Practices.- Integrating Subversion with Other Tools.- Using the Subversion APIs.- Appendix A - Subversion Command Glossary.- Appendix B - Subversion Compared to Other Version Control Systems.
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