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Subversion Version Control: Using The Subversion Version Control System in Development Projects by William Nagel

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Chapter 8. Integrating with Other Tools

As a client user, the Subversion command-line svn program provides you with all of the tools that you need to interact with a Subversion repository. The command line is not always the most effective way to use Subversion though. If you program in an integrated development environment (IDE), for example, it is helpful to be able to perform all of your updates, commits, and other SVN commands from within the framework of the IDE. A GUI can also be useful if you use SVN too infrequently to learn the command-line tools effectively (or if you just don’t have the time necessary to learn). Sometimes, other tools are also necessary because you don’t have access to the command-line tool.

Subversion has a library of ...

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