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

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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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Setup SVN repository with multiple applications and libaries while maintaining specific versioning per application

In our project team we have one SVN repository which holds multiple applications and libraries (all QT projects) /trunk/App_X/ /trunk/App_Y/ /trunk/App_Z/ /trunk/Lib_A/ /trunk/Lib_B/ /trunk/Lib_C/ ...
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Working on the same file for two tickets

The company policy where I work is that code cannot be committed to SVN until a code review is complete. This is sensible enough as we don't want broken code ending up in the repo, but it does give us ...
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Single branch Strategy in Agile development

Currently in our project we have trunk , release branches also hotfix brances , we are planning to maintain single branch strategy instead maintain multiple. can any one explain what are all the ...
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Is there value is putting test/build outputs under source control?

My colleagues insist on ploughing every bit of output data they can into subversion. I can't see the value in this practice and would much rather use a file system. The key offenders are build and ...
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What's the difference between subversion and tortoise SVN?

Just like my title states, I want to know what the difference is between subversion and tortoise SVN. I know they both have to do with version control but I'm unsure as to how they both fit in. Do I ...