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Using Subversion for Source Code Control

By Michael McLennan

Purdue University

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    Anonymous

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    Poor introduction for the novice. Does not have any audio.

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    Anonymous

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    Good presentation but only focused on Linux/UNIX…

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    Anonymous

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    Great presentation!

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    Victoria Savikhin

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    This is a very clean, easy-to-understand and easy-to-remember introduction to subversion. Topics include creating a repository, checking files in and out of the repository, merging changes automatically and manually, accessing older versions, and creating branches and tags. It explains not only the steps involved but also what is actually going on in the computer for a better understanding of the subversion system. My only suggestion is to add a summarizing slide with all of the useful commands listed.

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    Anonymous

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    A very clear presentation that convinces me that we should all get the subversion “religion”

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