I want to create a repository which will contain Source Code of our
Subversion produces an image of the whole repository whenever any change
is made to the repository. (Unlike VSS which keeps version information per
I have two doubts..
1) If at all I need to check the previous version of a particular file
then how will
I locate it? As its not necessary that , that file was edited and commited
to the previous Revision .
Is there a way to locate file's previous version's Revision Number?
2) Also, there would be file commits to the repository on daily basis by
our developers. Source code is huge containing so many files with 40
developers in team.
Each and every commit would give birth to a new Revision. So , there would
be so many Revision files.
I wanted to ask if there are any limitations on number of Revisions an SVN
repository can keep?
We need to network our repository. I am planning to use Subversionaware
Apache Server having SVN 1.4.3 + Apache2.2.4 with FSFS backend.
OS is Windows 2003 Server.
Presently we are using Visual Source Safe(VSS) for version control. We
need to port existing VSS database to the SVN.
Thanks in advance for any help.
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