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Utiliser un client Subversion sur GitHub, c'est possible !

by nhoizey & 1 other
Malgré l'annonce faite le 1er avril, c'est bel et bien possible, et le support des commit arrive aussi, incroyable.

AXE SVN Sync | Get AXE SVN Sync at

by nhoizey
"Handy PHP5 tool which mirrors two SVN repositories by reproducing each and every commit


Code Intensity: SVN Externals are Evil

by nhoizey & 1 other
"the whole svn:externals thing seems a bit like a hack, or at least not a first class citizen in SVN land"

InDefero - Bug tracking, code review and free software forge

by parmentierf & 1 other (via)
InDefero is a simple to use software forge. Save you and your team time and track bugs, provide downloads, documentation and have an easy overview of your code base.


InfoQ: Version Control for Multiple Agile Teams

by nhoizey & 1 other
If we have several agile development teams working on the same codebase, how do we minimize the risk of stumbling over each other? How do we ensure that there always is a clean, releasable version at the end of each iteration?

Effectively Using Git With Subversion | Web Development Blog: Web Development Insights, Best Practices, Tips & Techniques : Viget Labs

by parmentierf & 1 other
The integration between git and Subversion (git-svn) is so well done that several of us have been using git as our interface to all our Subversion repositories. Doing this is fairly simple, but there are some interesting tricks, and so I thought I would share a day in the Viget life with git-svn.

Flickr Code

by nhoizey & 5 others
Welcome to Your one-stop shop for information, gossip and discussion with the Flickr developer community


Streamed Lines: Branching Patterns for Parallel Software Development

by nhoizey & 3 others
Most software version control systems provide mechanisms for branching into multiple lines of development and merging source code from one development line into another. However, the techniques, policies and guidelines for using these mechanisms are often misapplied or not fully understood. This is unfortunate, since the use or misuse of branching and merging can make or break a parallel software development project. Streamed Lines is a pattern language for organizing related lines of development into appropriately diverging and converging streams of source code changes.

Metissian - Projects - Mac OS X Packages - Subversion

by nhoizey & 4 others (via)
Starting with Subversion 1.3.1, our packages will be built containing Universal Binaries with native support for both PowerPC and Intel Macs

Buildix from ThoughtWorks :: project start-up in a box

by nhoizey
Continuous Integration, Source Control, a Wiki and a Bug-Tracker are all cornerstones of a functioning Agile development project.


La Chose : agence web et développement de logiciels

by fredbird
SvnX est une interface graphique open source GUI de la plupart des fonctionnalités du client binaire svn. Il permet de parcourir les copies de travail, identifier les modifications et agir dessus, mais aussi de parcourir les logs et les révisions de vos dépôts (repositories).


by remouk & 9 others
SVN + Trac hosting service for your projects. It's free.

Cheat Sheets

by camel & 7 others
cheat sheets (also known as reference cards) that you can print out and keep by your computer. There is a cheat sheet for just about anything and we aim to have the best coverage of cheat sheets available on the web.

Cheat Sheets

by parmentierf & 7 others (via)
cheat sheets (also known as reference cards) that you can print out and keep by your computer. There is a cheat sheet for just about anything and we aim to have the best coverage of cheat sheets available on the web.

Passer de CVS à Subversion - JDN Développeurs

by parmentierf
Subversion, extension du célèbre outil de contrôle de version, apporte suffisamment d'innovations, tout en restant proche de son prédécesseur, pour justifier de sauter le pas. La transition pas à pas.

SVN - A Quick Start

by parmentierf
a very short introduction to Subversion

SitePoint Blogs » Using SVN for Web Development

by camel & 4 others
As CVS is quite dated and Subversion (SVN) introduced some handy features (atomic transactions, Apache piggybacking, more convenient branching/tagging, tons of other improvements), we chose to go with SVN. The big question was: how to use it correctly?

by parmentierf & 1 other
cvs2svn is a Python script that converts a CVS repository to a Subversion repository. It is designed for one-time conversions, not for repeated synchronizations between CVS and Subversion. -- Converting from CVS to Subversion with cvs2svn

by parmentierf
This article will walk you through the technical process of converting your CVS repository to Subversion--from deciding how much data to take with you, to prepping your data, to reviewing the most common options that you'll use in your conversion.

HOWTO: smooth CVS to SVN migration (and back again)

by parmentierf & 3 others
This page explains how I migrated the VideoLAN CVS repositories to Subversion while still allowing anonymous CVS access for users who did not want to move to Subversion. If you are a CVS user and have not yet fallen in love with Subversion, I suggest you have a look at this excellent project. In fact, I recommend to be familiar with Subversion before reading this document, because I may have missed important things.

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