Subversion for source control

Post by Scott Vlaminck

I’ve used CVS for source control for quite a while. We started off using Subversion at Refactr because we keep hearing good things about it and – among other things – I like the idea of keeping version history for renamed files. I’ve been meaning to pick up a copy of Pragmatic Version Control Using Subversion, but I still haven’t. So I was happy to run across this post on Subversion Best Practices by Jared Richardson. It’s more of a quick introduction of how Subversion and CVS differ in setting up projects, but it was still helpful for me.

About Scott Vlaminck

believes software development is more about people than technology; believes in agile processes; software developer, engineer, designer, architect, or whatever they're calling us these days; enjoys discussing software design; working on a program to write other programs (but it hasn't written itself yet).
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