One of the advantages of SVN over CVS as given here is cheap copying and branching. What does "cheap copying and branching" mean in SVN parlance? How is it different from CVS copying and branching?
Sometimes I hear people saying something like "All committed code must be working". In some articles people even write descriptions how to create svn or git hooks that compile and test code before ...
I'm having some trouble understanding what a design pattern is and isn't, particularly with respect to version control systems like CVS and Git. Is "push, pop, stack" a "design pattern"? If yes, is ...