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Re: Making arguments for SVN

From: Josh Kuo <josh.kuo_at_prioritynetworks.net>
Date: 2006-02-08 00:39:47 CET

There are some administrative advantages to subversion as well...

1) Use apache + https, makes quick encrypted access to our repositories.
2) Add LDAP with apache, and we have instant users + permissions, no
need to maintain separate user accounts
3) able to browse the repository from web page, and even download the
latest version
4) since it's just plain web pages (HTTP or HTTPS), no special ports
need to be opened

These might appeal to your system administrator(s).

On Tue, 2006-02-07 at 16:53 -0600, Eddie Shipman wrote:
> We are looking to possibly install Subversion to replace VSS2005.
> Please help me with the answers to these issues, I need answers very
> quickly, thanks.
> 1) Does it have Delphi IDE integration: automatic check in,
> check out, undo checkout, comparison to source in respository.
> (I know there is only one IDE plugin avail to use with Delphi,
> SourceConexxion with PushOK SCC Proxy)
> 2) Does it have a fully functional GUI on each client and the server.
> (I know about TortoiseSVN and RapidSVN)
> 3) MSSQL database.
> (I know it won't apply here, don't answer this)
> 4) Does it support Atomic commits.
> 5) Does it support user history;
> view all changes made to a file, and see who made the change, when and
> why.
> 6) Low cost.
> (Open Source, so free)
> 7) Does it have good wan support on the client (reliable and fast).
> 8) Does it support world-wide concurent development.
> 9) Does it support automatic and manual merging, which is must be done
> on the client.
> 10) Does it save changes for binary and text files as delta.
> 11) Does it support branching and merge-branching.
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Josh Kuo <josh.kuo@prioritynetworks.net>

Received on Wed Feb 8 00:40:56 2006

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