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Using Subversion in a CS class

From: Justin Lebar <starwiz_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-08-06 05:39:32 CEST

I'm planning on having my computer science students use Subversion to
manage their programming assignments this coming school year.

Since each of the students will be working on the same project at the
same time, I set up Apache's permissions so that each student has a
personal folder that only he and I can view.

At the same time, however, I want to be able to push files out to some
or all of my students. For example, I might want to give each of them
a copy of some Junit tests to run against their code. Later, I'll
probably find that I have a bug in my Junit tests and I need to give
the students a new version of the code.

So my question is: How should I go about structuring my repository
such that I can give my students files and change them with the fewest
headaches? Surely there's a simple way...


Thanks in advance for your help,
-Justin Lebar

"The important thing is not to stop questioning."
    -Albert Einstein
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