From: Mayank Gupta [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, March 30, 2007 3:38 PM
To: 'Tony Butt'
Subject: RE: Examples of large enterprise-wide users of SVN
We are using subversion for least 1200 developers at one time, from a single
subversion server. We have made separate subversion repositories for each
In our case subversion is integrated with JiRA (issue tracking tool) and
then using fisheye (a repository browser) which again is integrated with
JiRA. We found subversion a good replacement of CVS.
From: Tony Butt [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, March 30, 2007 11:17 AM
Cc: Chris Johnson
Subject: Re: Examples of large enterprise-wide users of SVN
Chris Johnson wrote:
> My company is considering migrating to a new version control system as
> part of a larger project to look at change control tools in general.
> The development team is very interested in moving to SVN, but are
> meeting with resistance from management questioning whether it is an
> enterprise-calibre tool. I am looking for examples of large
> development shops with multiple teams and multiple projects,
> successfully using SVN. Also, if you are using SVN in such an
> environment, have you integrated SVN with any other change control
> tools? Finally, if anyone knows of any white papers or case studies
> related to this, I would appreciate hearing about those as well.
We are more of a medium size shop, around 20 developers, with multiple
projects. We have found subversion very robust, easy to use, and easy to
We have subversion integrated with Trac (an issue tracking system) to
Our hardware engineers also use subversion for management of FPGA (logic
device) code, since the problem is conceptually similar to software
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