On 7/24/06, Axtman, Kevin A. <KEVIN.A.AXTMAN@saic.com> wrote:
> I am a recent graduate working on my first corporate development
> project. I need a software program that will track check-in, check-out,
> artifacts added, and changes. We have started using TortoiseSVN. Looking
> at Subversion, it looks like it can do this, but everything I have seen has
> been non-definitive. Does anyone have a definitive answer of what
> Subversion can do regarding these features.
TSVN is just a Windows Explorer shell extension that acts as a client for
Subversion, so you're already using Subversion although you may not realize
it. Every version control system I've ever seen or read about includes
these features, as that's the core of what a version control system does.
The exception being "tracking check-outs" - checkouts shouldn't affect the
status of the repository, so there's usually not a need to track those.
Received on Tue Jul 25 16:18:59 2006
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