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October 2006

Subversion depends on a number of third party tools and libraries. Some of them are only required to run a Subversion server; others are necessary just for a Subversion client. This section explains what other tools and librari

September 2006

Jim O’Halloran’s Weblog » Blog Archive » Subversion Server on CentOS 4.2

I decided it was time to bite the bullet and set myself up with a subversion repository for a project I may start on in the near future. I couldn’t find find a quick guide to setting up a repository on CentOS, so this is how I did it. Based on Chapter 6

Setting Up Trac on CentOS

After a fairly drawn-out process of identifying which wiki software to deploy at work, we finally settled on Trac, which in addition to a wiki provides a bunch of project-management tools: trouble tickets, milestones, and strong ties to the Subversion rev

Adding Projects

After deciding how to arrange the projects in your repository, you'll probably want to actually populate the repository with that layout and with initial project data. There are a couple of ways to do this in Subversion. You could use the svn mkdir comman

Subversion Quick Reference :: Johnny’s Thoughts

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Having recently switched to doing a lot of development on Ubuntu, I no longer have the wonderful TortoiseSVN interface to work with, so I’ve been forced to get familiar with the command line versions. I’ve thrown together this quick reference guide to

August 2006

Hack Attack: How to set up a personal home Subversion server - Lifehacker

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Subversion is open source version control software used primarily by developers that keeps every revision ofimportant, frequently changing files. However, Subversion can be useful for many different purposes, whether you're a web developer or a novelist -

July 2006

Compact Subversion Backups < Programming Kung Fu

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If you have a large Subversion repository and want to back it up using as few space as possible, use this command (replace /repo with your actual repository path): svnadmin dump --deltas /repo |bzip2 |tee dump.bz2 | md5sum >dump.md5

Setting Up Subversion

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Setting Up Subversion The subversion versioning system is great and comes with many features and documentation. This text will focus on getting, configuring and using a subversion repository quickly.

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The goal of the Subversion project is to build a version control system that is a compelling replacement for CVS in the open source community. The software is released under an Apache/BSD-style open source license. Subversion

Directories, renames, and file meta-data are versioned. Subversion versions not only file contents and file existence, but also directories, copies, and renames. It also allows arbitrary metadata ("properties") to be versioned along with any file or direc

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