Managing Source Code
       With Subversion




                     Jonathan Oxer
       May 3rd, 2005: Linux Users Victo...
Source Code Management
Source Code Management systems (SCMs) rock. Definitely
the single most useful tool for a developmen...
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
Managing Source Code With Subversion
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Talk by Jonathan Oxer at Linux Users Victoria in 2005 about basic Subversion use. Originally presented 2005-02-03. More information at http://jon.oxer.com.au/talks/id/13

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Managing Source Code With Subversion

  1. 1. Managing Source Code With Subversion Jonathan Oxer May 3rd, 2005: Linux Users Victoria
  2. 2. Source Code Management Source Code Management systems (SCMs) rock. Definitely the single most useful tool for a development team, ranking second only to a good text editor (just!). SCMs allow multiple developers to work collaboratively on the same codebase and tracks which changes have been made by which developers. They also attempt to automatically merge changes together when possible, and provide a mechanism to assist with manual merging when necessary. Well known SCMs include CVS, Subversion, ARCH, BitKeeper and Visual SourceSafe. Managing Source Code With Subversion Jonathan Oxer

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