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answered Setting up Version Control on my Development Server
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Jul
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revised Strategy for keeping secret info such as API keys out of source control?
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Jul
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comment Maintaining SVN history for a file when merge is done from the dev branch to trunk?
@Sam - --search isn't cross-branch history - it's (as written) just search inside log-data. You can parse pre-1.8 logs for the same results, but it must be your own code
Jul
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answered Maintaining SVN history for a file when merge is done from the dev branch to trunk?
Jul
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comment Strategy for keeping secret info such as API keys out of source control?
@shabunc - RTFM! Ignored file not stored in repo
Jul
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answered Source control and compilation tool chain
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comment Source control and compilation tool chain
@jozefg - you just can't use SVN properly, it is not much worse in team-work, than (any) DVCS, in most (!!!) aspects
Jul
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answered Strategy for keeping secret info such as API keys out of source control?
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revised Best practices for merging a new version of third party source into an old version you've made changes to
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answered Best practices for merging a new version of third party source into an old version you've made changes to
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answered CMS updates into subversion -> review process
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answered Distributed SVN?
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answered Release Management Tools with DVCS (Mercurial)
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answered Possible solutions for sharing working copy of project between multiple computers?
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comment Manage version control with a central development server (LAMP)
@MarcelGwerder - another systems are not better for your purpose (any SCM with good merging will satisfy you, and Git's merge /in common sense/ is better than svn's), they can give you just less headache and more easier learning curve, than Git. I touched Git, I use Subversion and Mercurial, without strong reasoning I'll never select Git as SCM of my choice (SVN for linear history and minimal concurrent changes, Mercurial in any more hard case)
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answered Manage version control with a central development server (LAMP)