I was kind of in the same situation as you are.
Developerswithout any VCS, one team with 3 ~devs used Perforce.
We started using SVN in production with Subversion 0.9.6 and now we are
running ~25 repositories (one for each project) with 50 developers acessing
Apart from one or two repository hangs (svn recover did the job) on a migrated
PVCS repository we didn't have any problems so far.
I would say the greatest problem was teaching developers, that have never used
a VCS before, how to work with Subversion.
Windows 2000 Domain with Clients using Tortoise SVN and Subclipse
Subversion Server is running on Linux
On Monday 22 August 2005 16:18, René Vestergaard wrote:
> I our company the Client-PC's use the Ms. WindowsXP-operatingsystem.
> They are in a NT-domain, where the domaincontroller run Ms.
> Is subversion stable enough for us?
> Two developers currently use an old version of the "CS-RCS Pro" software
> (http://www.componentsoftware.com/Products/RCS/index.htm) as
> versioncontrol-system. Can we also create "symlinks" with subversion, as
> supported in the CS-RCS GUI?
> Which of the "GUI front-end for the Subversion revision system" would you
> recommend for software-developer, that normally working in a Windows
> ps. Right now, most of the software-developer's manage software-versions
> manuelly. They don't use any revision system. ... yet ;)
> Best Regards
> René Vestergaard
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