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Re: Product questions

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-08-17 19:18:09 CEST

"Hollinger, Anja" <anja.hollinger@progeny.net> wrote on 08/17/2006
12:11:16 PM:

> Hello,
> I was referred to this email to find out questions I have about
> We're doing an analysis of different source code config. Mgt.
> and we have a list of requirements that must be met before we make our
> selection. Would you be able to fill out this document for whether
> Subversion meets these requirements and preferences, or point me to
someone who can?
> Thanks for your help!

Subversion meets almost all of these requirements. These are the ones I
would add comment:

19 - Subversion has a setting that will set the file modification time to
the last commit time. Just keep in mind that when files are first
imported and checked out, that essentially means existing modification
times are lost. After that initial checkin, using the setting gets you
what you want.

20/27 - Pin/lock is a very VSS-specific term. Requirement should be
removed or re-expressed in general source control terms.

21 - I think it can do this, but most people only do it to the folder

22 - Kind of an odd and specific requirement. I doubt anyone has done the
load testing that would be required to verify this. Subversion is used to
host some very active repositories and projects.

29 - Subversion is free.

Other than these items, I think you could say Subversion meets all of the
other listed requirements.


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