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Re: Subversion vs. CVSNT demo

From: Duncan Booth <duncan.booth_at_suttoncourtenay.org.uk>
Date: 2006-03-22 12:32:07 CET

Anderson, Allan wrote:

> To show off Subversion, I'm going to rename and relocate some
> directories and show how the files retain their history. I'll also
> make some branches and tags to compare speed, and then do some merges
> by changeset number and by branch name. I'll point out the convenience
> of viewing by changeset in a browser. If I have time, I'll look at
> some of the hook script possibilities.
>

If you are doing this on a Windows system, then you should do the
demonstration using TortoiseSVN:

Relocating files or directories is as simple as using the right mouse
button to drag/drop them.

The repo-browser is a great way to look back at through the logfile and
compare (or revert) revisions.

TSVN is also very useful for resolving conflicts when merging changes.

> I'll compare the ACL permissions to Subversion's
> functional but, I think, lesser permissions control.

Check out SVNManager: http://svnmanager.sourceforge.net/

It may not be worth your while installing it for your demo, but it gives
you a web interface to control user&group access on a per-folder basis
across multiple SVN repositories.

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