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Change administration with Subversion. Damien Protect (BSc, MBCS) http://damieng.com damien@envytech.co.uk. Guernsey Programming Designer Discussion http://developers.org.gg. Why oversee change?. Why oversee change?. Rendition control. Know and control what goes into a discharge
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Change administration with Subversion Damien Guard (BSc, MBCS) http://damieng.com damien@envytech.co.uk Guernsey Software Developer Forum http://developers.org.gg

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Why oversee change?

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Why oversee change? Rendition control Know and control what goes into a discharge Develop forms in parallel Work with any past code-base Apply change where it is required

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Why oversee change? Cooperation Function as a group without losing work Merge naturally where conceivable Resolve clashes intelligently Autonomous disconnected or separation working

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Why oversee change? Duty Audit log of what was changed by whom Legal due tirelessness & proficient direct Standards & confirmation consistence Individual obligation regarding commitments

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Why oversee change? Door to... Mechanized form & organization Continuous mix testing

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Why Subversion? Open source, cross stage Stable, broadly utilized Unobtrusive duplicate change consolidate display Integration by means of extra apparatuses

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Technical advantages Transactional submit system Metadata bolster per document & registry Off-line bolster Efficient utilization of system & plate

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Terminology

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Repository Central store situated on a server e.g. svn://myserver/https://s.myserver.com/Updated through submits Recommended way structure

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Commit Set of related changes Receives extraordinary consecutive number n Revision n alludes to the storehouse after confer n is connected Commit early and regularly

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Trunk Primary way utilized for improvement Active and conceivably flimsy Should in any case assemble in a perfect world ...and breeze through mechanized tests

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Branch Copy of trunk, a branch or tag for segregation When get ready for a discharge ...and trunk needs to bear on When change is excessively problematic ...and will obstruct different designers Merge changes back to trunk later

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Tag Copy of trunk or a branch for data Each tag speaks to a particular discharge Easier than recollecting correction & way No further submits ...so control/labels/with security

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Working duplicate Partial or full checkout of the archive Local duplicate for a solitary engineer Native document positions - alter as common Subversion customer information in .svn registries

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Server choices Hosted open - Google Code, SourceForge Hosted private - CVSDude $7-$30/month Svnserve committed - Simple set-up Apache mod - HTTP, SSL, SSPI

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Clients Command-line, cross stage & scriptable TortoiseSVN for Windows Explorer AnkhSVN for Visual Studio Subclipse for Eclipse

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Getting started Setup vault organizers Checkout Import records Commit

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Typical process Make changes Update working duplicate Resolve any contentions Test Commit

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Other operations Revert Patches Branch & switch Blame Lock & open

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Additional apparatuses Trac ticket & breakthrough following, wiki CruiseControl constant joining ViewVC web interface

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Conclusion Subversion can work for you Simple & economical to begin Address discharge, review and coordinated effort cerebral pains

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More data Official site http://subversion.tigris.org Version Control with Subversion http://svnbook.red-bean.com Bruce Perens: Subversion Version Control http://phptr.com/perens/

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Questions?

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Developer purchase in Commitment Developers must be ready Unobtrusive Stay off the beaten path until required Enabling Make strong changes & expel dead code

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Disadvantages Apache establishment prepare Large document taking care of by means of Apache > 15MB Management of security Tracking of consolidation

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