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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 (<a  rel="nofollow" href="http://svnbook.red-bean.com/html-chunk/ch01s03.html";>http://svnbook.red-bean.com/html-chunk/ch01s03.html</a>).

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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