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Re: Commercial Users of Subversion: LET ME KNOW

From: Felix Collins <felix_at_keyghost.com>
Date: 2004-07-21 23:09:08 CEST

Darren_Enns@cwb.ca wrote:

> If you think you can help me, please let me know ASAP! I am desperate! :)

We are a small company dealing mostly with embedded systems. We
migrated to SVN from.... no source control at all! The only problem we
have had so far was splitting a single repository with multiple projects
into multiple repositories. The svndumpfilter doesn't seem to be worth
the disk space to store it. SVN has been fairly easy to administer. I
have been involved in using PVCS and MS Source Safe in the past and SVN
seems easier and more flexible than either (as well as (perhaps because
of) being open source). Remote access is a huge bonus. We have a
contractor working overseas who connects using https:. This was easy to
set up compared to MS Source off Site which I have heard other
contractors refer to as "Source of Sh*te". ;-)

Good luck and get your overall layout well thought out before installing.


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