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Ubuntu Unleashed 2013 Edition: Covering 12.10 and 13.04, Eighth Edition by Matthew Helmke

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Managing Software Projects with Subversion

Subversion was first created in 2000 as a replacement for an older version control system called the Concurrent Versioning System (CVS). At that time, CVS was 10 years old and, although it served its purpose well, lacked some features that developers wanted. It is actively developed and widely used.

In Subversion, you check out a file from a repository in which code is stored in a client/server fashion. Then, changes are tracked over any and all files you check out, including multiple versions of files. You can use Subversion to backtrack or branch off versions of documents inside the scope of a project. It can also be used to prevent or resolve conflicting entries or changes made to source code files ...

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