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CruiseControl.NET provides basic support for Subversion repositories.
Man, oh, man! Setting this thing up was a pain in the arse. It took up most of my day!
Updated: October 6th, 2009 Introduction Every time I have to deal with svn:externals in SVN, I forget the command line syntax.
There is a very cool Subversion feature called svn:externals (or External Definitions ), which is a very powerful feature that allows several projects to reuse common code.
Posted July 9th, 2010 in Linux/Unix/BSD
Another common version control concept is a tag .
So lately I have been given some thought to how we use Subversion (SVN) in our web development, and features we don’t use nearly as often.
Posted June 17th, 2010 in Linux/Unix/BSD (Updated July 9th, 2010) A couple of days ago I posted how to export just the added/modified files from a subversion repository between two revisions using TortoiseSVN, the Windows Explorer SVN plugin. This post has a command line script which is used to achieve the same thing and means it can be run from UNIX based systems from the CLI.
Though many teams are using Subversion (SVN) to work together and share code, version control software provides a huge number of features that are not often used.
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Setting Up and Running Subversion and Tortoise SVN with Visual Studio and .NET
SVN SCC proxy is the SCC API plug-in for any Microsoft SCC enabled IDE (MSVC 5.0-7.0, Borland C++ builder, Delphi).
Suppose it's your job to maintain a document for a division in your company—a handbook of some sort. One day a different division asks you for the same handbook, but with a few parts “ tweaked ” for them, since they do things slightly differently.
Nearly every "safe" job turned out to be nearly as risky as the "risky" jobs. I've worked for giant F500's with huge profit margins, thinking they were "safe"... then I learned how they got those huge profit margins, by cutting the workforce to the bone. I've been in companies that were growing like crazy, with huge revenues, but they didn't put anything away for a rainy day and did big time cuts as soon as things got tough.
This is a quick set of guidelines for making the best use of Subversion in your day-to-day software development work.