SmartSVN is the cross platform, graphical client for Apache Subversion, from WANdisco. You can learn more about this popular client at the SmartSVN website, the SmartSVN blog and online documentation.
Although Apache Subversion is built around the 'copy-modify-merge' model, there are times when a 'lock-modify-unlock' model may be appropriate.
Put simply, hook scripts are executable programs that Apache Subversion users can configure to be triggered by a specific repository event.
SmartSVN's built-in Revision Graph tool provides a quick and easy way to get an overview of the hierarchical history of your files and directories. This history is primarily represented as 'nodes' and 'branches.'
Along with branching, merging is the issue that regularly causes Apache Subversion users the most headaches. But merging needn’t be frightening! In this refcard, we cover:
For developers who aren’t familiar with version control, getting to grips with Apache Subversion’s branching functionality can be daunting. But, when used correctly, branching can be one of Subversion’s most powerful and useful features. In this refcard, we cover:
A quick reference guide on how to make full use of the checkout command and understand the messages it generates under different scenarios.
This course is aimed at developers who are new to Subversion.
A quick reference guide to the Subversion Commit Command that covers topics such as:
A quick reference guide to administration best practices that covers topics such as: