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Version Control with Subversion

Version Control with Subversion
Introduction This is the home of Version Control with Subversion, a free book about the ubiquitous Apache™ Subversion® version control system and written by some of the developers of Subversion itself. As you may have guessed from the layout of this page, we are quite pleased that some versions of this book have been published by O'Reilly Media. You can certainly buy a traditionally published print copy of the book if you'd like to, but you'll always find the most recent versions here on this site, available in both HTML and PDF formats. Online Versions of the Book Versions of this book use a numbering system designed to match those used by the Subversion software itself—version 1.7 of Version Control with Subversion covers Subversion 1.7, for example.

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Freeware: How Frequency Analyzer Works Fig. Frequency Analyzer display First, the microphone converts sounds into voltage. JUnit Cookbook Kent Beck, Erich Gamma Here is a short cookbook showing you the steps you can follow in writing and organizing your own tests using JUnit. Simple Test Case SVN Tutorial Sean Russell CIOGermane-Software 60252 Rimfire Rd. Bend, OR, 97702 USA Copyright © 2002 by Sean Russell Abstract Subversion Source Control Block - CruiseControl.NET CruiseControl.NET provides basic support for Subversion repositories. Checking for changes, checking out or updating sources, and tagging-by-copying are supported, but more advanced features such as using Subversion revision numbers are not yet supported. Subversion support is under active development and will improve over time. Version

Programming Pearls My favourite programming language by far is Haskell. Sometimes, when I have a big need for speed, I might fall back on C (or C++ for better data structures and saner memory management while putting up with all its ugly warts). After my very first programming language, Sinclair BASIC, Z80 assembly next, and Pascal as freshman in University, C made a refreshing change. Behold the Ten Commandments for C Programmers. Flashbake Automates Version Control for (Nerdy) Writers - Downloads God, I hate that I'm "that guy," but I have to point out that Linus Torvalds brought us not "the Linux operating system," but the Linux kernel that GNU/Linux operating systems use. While references to the entire operating system as just Linux or the work of Mr. Torvalds are relatively common, they are offensive to some of the people who put in a lot of work before the kernel was even a glimmer in Linus' eye. See what RMS has to say about it: [] This issue can sound nit-picky, but I wouldn't bring it up here if I didn't think it was An Important Issue. More on-topic, Flashbake looks like an excellent program and I'm looking forward to trying it.

How To Properly Set SVN svn:externals Property In SVN Command Line Updated: October 6th, 2009 Introduction Every time I have to deal with svn:externals in SVN, I forget the command line syntax. Every single damn time. Normally, I use SVN GUI clients, such as SmartSVN, which make it very simple to add an svn:externals property. But for command line, it always takes looking at 25 different sites on google, which are all incredibly unhelpful for this question for some reason. A successful Git branching model » In this post I present the development model that I’ve introduced for some of my projects (both at work and private) about a year ago, and which has turned out to be very successful. I’ve been meaning to write about it for a while now, but I’ve never really found the time to do so thoroughly, until now. I won’t talk about any of the projects’ details, merely about the branching strategy and release management. It focuses around Git as the tool for the versioning of all of our source code. (By the way, if you’re interested in Git, our company GitPrime provides some awesome realtime data analytics on software engineering performance.)

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Online Subversion Repository Browser: WebSVN is an that offers an easy browsing experience for your subversion repositories. You can view the log of any file or directory and see a list of all the files changed, added or deleted in any given revision. Also, the differences between two versions of a file can be seen to exactly findout what was changed in a particular revision.

Thinking in G » Set the revision of your svn:externals (or else!) 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. However, this can be a very dangerous feature, if you’re not careful… but we’ll get to that. The svn:externals feature allows you to create a working copy consisting of multiple working copies from several repositories (or several locations within the same repository).

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