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RE: Using Subversion with Visual Studio .NET

From: Hernán Martínez Foffani <hernan.martinez_at_ecc.es>
Date: 2006-05-24 13:38:46 CEST

>> I wanted to ask anyone out there using Subversion with Visual Studio
>> .NET projects what your experiences were. Would you recommend using
> My team uses VS.NET for editing and sometimes compiling code. I
> started using just the commandline and TortoiseSVN, and I was happy
> enough with that. When I decided to convince my team to replace VSS by
> something more reliable and efficient, I started using AnkhSVN because
> I knew they would want it. AnkhSVN was fine but TortoiseSVN was
> improving faster and had some nice features, so these days I'm not
> using Ankh. I don't see much advantage in having source
> control integrated into my code editor and compiler.

Our team (me included) uses AnkhSVN, TortoiseSVN and the
command line client.
Statiscally we find using Ankh for updating sources,
diffing and reverting changes and a commit every now and then,
Tortoise for commits, renames, deletes, moving, logging,
repository browse and admin (ie, create a branch) and conflict
resolution and finally, the command line client for merges.

It's not as odd as it seems.


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Received on Wed May 24 13:40:33 2006

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