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- Subject: [ale] Subversion?
- From: cfowler at outpostsentinel.com (Christopher Fowler)
- Date: Wed Jan 14 09:10:00 2004
- In-reply-to: <[email protected]>
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There are a few issues with CVS but is is probably the most used
system. You just have to know the rules and you'll be fine. I wouldn't
think of using anything else.
On Wed, 2004-01-14 at 08:56, John Wells wrote:
> I'm in a position to decide on a versioning control system for our
> company's dev team. Naturally, my first thought was CVS, but I've seen a
> few blips for Subversion (subversion.tigris.org) and must say I like some
> of the features (http://svnbook.red-bean.com/html-chunk/ch01s03.html).
> I am, however, concerned by the relative newness of the project, and I
> really haven't heard of many folks using it in a production environment.
> I find that a sometimes helpful measure regarding the quality of a tool is
> the amount of buzz/activity surrounding a tool, and I honestly haven't
> seen a lot. Of course, it could be I'm looking in the wrong places :).
> Anyone out there using Subversion? What's your experience regarding
> stability and usefulness? Any caveats or kudos?
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