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Re: so I need to install Subversion first?

From: crausaz <crausaz_at_epac.ch>
Date: Tue, 6 Nov 2012 19:39:06 +0100

ok thanks to clarify.

I need it mostly for binaries (images and meshes) so I guess it is not ideal

too bad, I though I found the ideal free software I was after...



-----Original Message-----
From: Bob Archer
Sent: Tuesday, November 06, 2012 6:45 PM
To: users_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org
Subject: RE: so I need to install Subversion first?

> Subject: Re: so I need to install Subversion first?
> yes sorry, I meant revision control system.
> So you do need Subversion installed first on the server?

The answer is, it depends. If you are going to be the only one accessing the
repository, then no. You can just create a repository on your location
machine and access it from there. You can also run svnserver on a work
station to allow remote PCs access to it.

> also, I had a look in the features description but could not find this :
> can you
> lock a file so only one person at a time can work on it?

You can, but that is not the recommended use case.

> or maybe it is not the right software for what i am after. I am looking at
> something that allow a team to commit various types of files on a server,
> and
> to be able to lock the file they are working on and then commit them for
> the
> other to use.

Once again, SVN uses an optimistic locking scenario rather than pessimistic.
This works very well for text based files. Not so much for binaries...
although svn can be used to version binary files, the merging doesn't really
work out.


> thanks
> Thomas
> From: Gabri Nurtinaz Shally
> Sent: Tuesday, November 06, 2012 11:11 AM
> To: users_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org
> Subject: Re: so I need to install Subversion first?
> On Nov 6, 2012 4:57 PM, "Thomas Crausaz" <crausaz_at_epac.ch> wrote:
> >
> > Hi all,
> >
> > sorry for the noob question, but I am not an IT guy at all, still I need
> > to install
> an asset management program for my class.
> >
> > So I need to install Subversion first on the server, right? And then
> TortoiseSVN?
> >
> what does this assets management do?
> SVN is a client for collaboration file versioning. so i don't think it has
> something
> to do with assets management.
> regards,
> gabri


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