SVN is short for "Subversion" and is an open source version control system

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Using SVN with multiple developers but without creating branches

I'm a computer science TA working with some students in a senior capstone course (effectively, a consultant for a small team). I met with them to discuss how to use version control, and they're in an ...
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.Net build and deploy solutions for desktop and Web applications [closed]

My employer is still in the dark ages when it comes to software development, test, build and deploy. Our development to deployment application lifecycle is: Once development/changes are done we ...
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How come centralized source control solutions don't do branching in place

With centralized source control like Perforce and SVN, when they create a branch, they create a whole new directory. However, git and other distributed source control solutions, in my experience, are ...
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Is it a newbie mistake to avoid branching? [duplicate]

My team is new to versioning and we're trying to keep things simple, as to not overwhelm ourselves with tools-headaches. Also, our product can't be compiled and run locally, so our work is actually ...
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Is the inconvenience about merging in SVN prior to v1.5 obsolete by now when lack of metadata isn't the case anymore?

I'm getting started with SVN and so many sources say that merging is very difficult in SVN as compared to DVCS tools. The most recent questions I could find here on SE are from 2012. Sometimes ...
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Proper sequence of actions for merging using SVN?

I'm totally new to CVCS (SVN specifically). I find that most resources focus very strongly on the command-line commands (irrelevant; we use Windows Explorer + TortoiseSVN) and about structure (e.g. ...
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Develop in trunk and then branch off, or in release branch and then merge back? [duplicate]

Say that we've decided on following a "release-based" branching strategy, so we'll have a branch for each release, and we can add maintenance updates as sub-branches from those. Does it matter ...
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Daily builds with SVN for a small team

I have a general question regarding best practices. I have a small team working on a medium-scale software project, which involves integrating code from different environments, etc. The project is a ...
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Are “skip deltas” unique to svn?

The good folks who created the SVN version control system use a structure they refer to as "skip deltas" to store the revision history of files internally. A revision is stored as a delta against an ...
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Understanding branching strategy/workflow correctly [duplicate]

I'm using svn without branches (trunk-only) for a very long time at my workplace. I had discovered most or all of the issues related to projects which do not have any branching strategy. Unlikely this ...
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How to use Subversion in conjunction with DTAP with several Scrum teams?

I've read How Do You Pull Something from a Release?, but it doesn't solve our problems, as our case is more complex. Our situation is as follows. We're developing an application for an internal ...
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Advantage of Tagging a Release in SVN versus Only Leaving a Comment for the Commit

In my company, we have had a policy of tagging every release. Someone new joined, and he suggested that instead of formally using a Tag, we could just leave a comment for the release build when it is ...
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Enforcing coding standards: What are the trade-offs of different methods?

Our team has recently agreed on some very light coding standards, and that we need a means of enforcing them. We already have a mature Continuous Integration practice including frequent, small ...
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Where can I find “SVN for Git Users” resources? [closed]

So I took a job where the firm uses SVN (but will be moving to Git sometime in the future). The problem is that I don't know SVN. I've tried numerous Google queries and all I can ever find are ...
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long lines in git or svn

I am coding a program which has persistent data (the MELT monitor, related to GCC MELT). The data is persistent because it is expected to be read and overwritten by most executions. (That data is in ...
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Adding svn support to our git repo

We have been using SVN for several years. Recently, we switched over to git, since some members of the organization pointed out that if our SVN server dies our team is toast. So far, we've got ...
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What's the appropriate procedure for subversion merges? [duplicate]

We have a project with a few release branches and a trunk. Lately we've been adding bugfixes and new features to the release branch, while doing simultaneous infrastructure development on the trunk. ...
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Git Repository Setup

I am moving my companys source control from TFS to GIT. We have TFS currently defined as. Project Collection / / Client A / Product A / Product B / Product C / Client B / Product D / Product E / ...
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We use subversion - Should we place comments in my code anyways? [duplicate]

I brought up in a meeting an annoyance that code changes were not commented within the code itself. We use SVN (Subversion) for source control, and it was relayed to me that you can just go into SVN ...
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Should I pay for the use of subversion?

I am confused about paying subversion. Our company has a solution and wants to manage the version of the source. Our company product is obviously commercial product and not open source. & it's not ...
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Should I merge from the same branch or from a merge?

Kind of a best practices question: is it better to merge directly from the source to other branches or is it OK to merge from a merge? Using Subversion for source control. Scenario: Branch A has ...
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Obstacles to using Git Flow in Subversion

My team at work is starting a new project, using Subversion as our VCS (you may consider this set in stone for the purpose of this question). We're still in the early stages of the project and are ...
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Web API Development and SVN [duplicate]

We are planning to develop a ASP.NET Web API project starting soon. For source control we use svn. We typically follow the pattern of the trunk being stable and doing all of our work in the ...
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What is the proper aproach of Subversion when using DLL

Background: Our team develops a solution and it includes a number of projects. Most of the projects are built as DLLs and those DLLs are used by the rest of the projects. Currently we uses ...
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How can I replicate the behaviour of IntelliJ + JIRA + SVN using Eclipse?

IntelliJ's inability to keep up with SVN updates has become a showstopper for me. My main reason for using IntelliJ is its integration with JIRA and SVN changelists. My preferred workflow is like ...
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Strategy with using SVN to switch between test and production server. (with maintaining configuration files)

I would like to know your opinion about my setup right now, how I do things with SVN and if you could find some better solution for me. I'd appreciate it very much if someone could come up with some ...
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Maintaining SVN history for a file when merge is done from the dev branch to trunk?

In my org, we use SVN for version control So for each build (done periodically), we merge the code to trunk from the development branch (all the developers checks in to this branch). So when we want ...
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Subversion permissions and Visual Studio projects

I have a quite specific question regarding Subversion structure, different permission levels and Visual Studio projects and solutions: We develop a framework with external partners with functionality ...
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Fork dead SVN based project on GitHub

I previously asked this at stack overflow but it was closed, I believe because 'programmers' is a more appropriate venue for this question. I have done some work on the SVN Importer project (Apache ...
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How to automatically have Tortoise svn copy last log to clipboard on commit?

After each commit I bring up the Log Messages dialog and copy the log entry to the clipboard so I can include it in the issue tracking system. Eventually I hope to get SVN integrated with the system ...
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How can I avoid editing conflicts repeatedly when merging from one to branch to another?

I have an SVN repository set up like so: trunk branches UAT QA DevelopmentTeam programmer1 projectA projectB programmer2 projectC projectD programmer3 projectE projectF projectG projectH Each ...
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External repository moved from Sourceforge (SVN) to GitHub, now what?

We've been getting the head revision of the JEDI Code library for a while, we only use it a tiny bit so never have bothered to manage which version we're getting. The problem is they appear to be ...
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svndumpfilter Multiple Versions

I have a few questions about the Subversion open source project. I know that there are multiple versions of svndumpfilter (2,3). What are the tradeoffs and benefits of each version? In other words, ...
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How can I mirror an SVN trunk repository into a regular network folder?

Me and a small team of engineers are considering using SVN to store our electrical schematics and parts libraries; currently we just have a network folder where we put all of our files. Our company ...
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Distributed SVN?

I work for a large bureaucratic (and security paranoid) organisation that provides SVN for its development teams to use. I am working with a 3rd party vendor (at their site) and we currently share ...
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Possible solutions for sharing working copy of project between multiple computers?

So there are 3 computers that I use to work on this project with, my home PC, work PC, and work Mac (for building to devices). The project has an SVN repository that two other programmers use so I ...
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Manage version control with a central development server (LAMP)

I'm working in a small team with up to 5 (web)developers. Because our team is growing frequently and we ran into problems with multiple people working on the same code we decided to set up a VCS. ...
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Is it possible to integrate MS Project Server with SVN

We have been using Hosted SVN + Fogbugz for our source control and task/issue tracking. Our developers are very comfortable with SVN and we are hesitant to switch source control (e.g. TFS) providers ...
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Managing an undercover SVN repository

The project I am working on is version controlled by SVN, and the unspoken rule at work is to commit only when a new stable feature is added (in order to have a "clean" revision history with no ...
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Best approach to including JBoss's standalone.xml in SVN structure?

Our application server is JBoss 7 as. We use SVN as our code repository. I need to ship our custom security domain in standalone.xml which is a jboss file (not packaged in my application's war file). ...
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Shouldn't SVN warn me if I'm about to commit files which have newer versions in the repository?

We use SVN and PhpStorm at work. Recently our team has grown a bit so there are several people working on the same project at a time, sometimes on the same file. We've run into the problem where ...
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CMS updates into subversion -> review process

We manage a range of client sites built in Wordpress and Joomla and these require regular updates to the core CMS and extensions. We keep these sites in subversion and place updates in subversion. We ...
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Perforce workflow

So, we have just migrated from SVN to Perforce. I'm having a little trouble trying to figure out the best workflow. For Subversion, I did the following (via TortoiseSVN): Check out repo Do work ...
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hginit - #ifdefs ridiculous

I was reading Joel Spolsky's mercurial introduction when it struck me: "And now what they do is this: each new feature is in a big #ifdef block. So they can work in one single trunk, while ...
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How can I clone an svn repository that changed layouts with git maintaining full history?

Problem I want to clone an svn repo with git-svn. The problem is the subversion repository changed layouts at r1235. Specifics From revision 1 to 1234, foo used the standard svn folder layout with: ...
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Using Subversion as an artifact repository vs a specific artifact management tool

TL;DR: Why use something like Apache Archiva or Sonatype Nexus as an artifact repository instead of Subversion? The build system I use currently has a lot of binary blobs (images, sound files, ...
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Workflow: Using binary document formats in Git without locks (moving from subversion)

We're a software consultancy with a multitude of projects for different customers. We traditionally use Subversion, but are currently considering moving to Git. A significant portion of the documents ...
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Why does git allow you to “change history”? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: When should the VCS history of a project be deleted? I am experienced using svn and recently started learning git. I was quite shocked to learn that git has features ...
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In Subversion, how should I set up a new major version of my application?

I'm about to start work on a new version (version 4) of my commercial application. I use Subversion. Based on your experiences, mistakes, and successes, how would you recommend I set up the new ...
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How do professional application developers use version control systems, like GIT and Subversion?

I am a beginner developer and I have been wondering from the start, how do professional use tools like GIT and Subversion (I don't have a very good understanding about these tools), to fulfill their ...