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Apache Subversion

Apache Subversion "Enterprise-class centralized version control for the masses" Welcome to, the online home of the Apache Subversion™ software project. Subversion is an open source version control system. Founded in 2000 by CollabNet, Inc., the Subversion project and software have seen incredible success over the past decade. Subversion has enjoyed and continues to enjoy widespread adoption in both the open source arena and the corporate world. Subversion is developed as a project of the Apache Software Foundation, and as such is part of a rich community of developers and users.
Software - Subversive "I am in charge of integrating Zend Studio for Eclipse with SVN. After evaluating several alternatives and talking to developers in the Eclipse community, we concluded that Subversive is the most suitable solution for us. I had several interactions with the Subversive team which was very responsive... After deploying the SVN integration within Zend Studio For Eclipse we received many great feedbacks from customers." –Yaron Mazor, Developer, Zend Technologies Ltd. Software - Subversive
Subversive - SVN Team Provider Project The Subversive project is aimed to integrate the Subversion (SVN) version control system with the Eclipse platform. Using the Subversive plug-in, you can work with projects stored in Subversion repositories directly from the Eclipse workbench in a way similar to work with other Eclipse version control providers, such as CVS and Git. About the Project The project was started in 2005 by the Polarion company as an open-source project and was migrated under Eclipse umbrella as an official Eclipse project in 2007. Today, the Subversive project consists of the Subversive plug-in for Eclipse developed as an Eclipse open-source project; and the Subversion connectors (used for communication with SVN) developed as an external open-source project on Subversive Features Subversive - SVN Team Provider Project
Version Control with SVK Introduction This is the online home of Version Control with SVK, a free book about SVK, a new version control system designed to supplant everything else out there. This is a place to read HTML and PDF versions of the book. We'll do our best to keep the site up-to-date. As SVK development continues, the product will continue to grow new features, and we plan to continue documenting those changes. Online Versions of the Book Version Control with SVK
TortoiseCVS: About TortoiseCVS: About TortoiseCVS lets you work with files under CVS version control directly from Windows Explorer. It is freely available under the GPL. With TortoiseCVS you can directly check out modules, update, commit and see differences by right clicking on files and folders within Explorer.
29 March 2011, 16:32 The Bazaar developers have announced the first beta of the new 2.4 series. The developers are planning a release in August 2011 (according to the milestones page; the announcement incorrectly says 2012). Bazzaar, or bzr as the command line tool is named, is a distributed version control system (VCS) that can work with or without a central server; both and SourceForge offer Bazaar support for projects. The 2.4B1 release includes a new changelog merge plug-in, external tools get better configuration controls and there are some improved features in the configuration files. The Bazaar version control system enters beta for version 2.4 The Bazaar version control system enters beta for version 2.4
OpenCSV OpenCSV General What is opencsv? opencsv is a very simple csv (comma-separated values) parser library for Java. It was developed because all of current csv parsers I've come across don't have commercial-friendly licenses. Where can I get it?
CVS - Open Source Version Control CVS - Open Source Version Control Introduction | News | Documentation | Get the Software | Help and Bug Reports | Development Introduction to CVS CVS is a version control system, an important component of Source Configuration Management (SCM). Using it, you can record the history of sources files, and documents.
Git is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency. Git is easy to learn and has a tiny footprint with lightning fast performance. It outclasses SCM tools like Subversion, CVS, Perforce, and ClearCase with features like cheap local branching, convenient staging areas, and multiple workflows. Learn Git in your browser for free with Try Git.

Git - Fast Version Control System

Git - Fast Version Control System
The first public version of the org.eclipse EGit plug-in version 0.7.1 has been released at EclipseCon. EGit is based on the pure Java implementation JGit, which means that it has no external dependencies or native code requirements; something which has historically hindered the adoption of Eclipse's Subversion support. As an incubating release, EGit is neither feature-complete nor bug-free; however, it is being released ahead of the Eclipse Helios release in Summer this year to gain feedback and to provide a 0.8 release in time for the Helios release train. There is a User Guide available on the wiki, as is a introduction to DVCS for those that haven't used it before. EGit Eclipse Git plug-in released EGit Eclipse Git plug-in released
Great collaboration starts with communication. Review changes, comment on lines of code, report issues, and plan the future of your project with discussion tools. Friction-less development across teams. Work with project collaborators or teams of people in organization accounts to communicate with ease.

GitHub - Social Coding