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A Visual Guide to Version Control | BetterExplained

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This guide is purposefully high-level: most tutorials throw a bunch of text commands at you. I prefer to cover the high-level concepts without getting stuck in the syntax (the manual is always there, don’t worry). Sometimes it’s nice to see what’s p


Streamed Lines: Branching Patterns for Parallel Software Development

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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.


SitePoint Blogs » Using SVN for Web Development

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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?

Version Control Systems Comparison

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This is a comparison of version-control systems. It is split into several categories and sub-categories under which the systems are checked.


CVS Quick Reference Card

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Everything you need to know to master CVS, a free version control system running under various platforms

CVSTrac - A Web-Based Bug And Patch-Set Tracking System For CVS

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* Automatically generates a patch-set log from CVS check-in comments * User-defined color-coded database queries * Web-based administration of the CVSROOT/passwd file * Built-in repository browser * Built-in Wiki * Very simple setup - a self-contained executable runs as CGI, from inetd, or as a stand-alone web server * Minimal memory, disk and CPU requirements - works on old hardware * Access permissions configurable separately for each user * Allows for anonymous users * Uses a built-in SQL database engine (SQLite) - no external RDBMS required * Tested under Linux - works on other versions of Unix. Also works under Windows * Can be run from a chroot jail for added security. * GNU Public License

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