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RE: [ajug-members]: Subversion source code control



Hi Allan,

What exactly were your concerns with StarTeam. We are currently using VSS
and considering to move to StarTeam. Or may be we should consider Subversion
?

Stefan

|-----Original Message-----
|From: Allan Marks [mailto:allanmarks@msn.com]
|Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 2004 5:30 PM
|To: ajug-members@ajug.org
|Subject: RE: [ajug-members]: Subversion source code control
|
|
|Hey Scott,
|
|After a few crashes too many, we're in the process of migrating from a mix
|of VSS / StarTeam to Subversion.  For the past several weeks, we've been
|running the Apache plugin for the enterprise, but several folks have also
|been using the stand-alone svnserve for personal stuff and for testing.
|Seems pretty solid from my initial experience, and is certainly stable from
|the command line.
|
|The GUI tools are a little spotty, however; RapidSVN in particular seems to
|have a number of quirks / bugs.  So far, our Windows folks have liked
|TortoiseSVN, another project available from Tigris.org, which integrates
|very nicely with Windows Explorer.  If you're using Eclipse, you
|should take
|a look at Subclipse, which integrates very well with the IDE.
|
|Could anybody else out there with more SVN experience weigh in with an
|opinion?
|
|Allan
|
|
|-----Original Message-----
|From: Scott P. Smith [mailto:ssmith@scott-smith.com]
|Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 2004 5:07 PM
|To: ajug-members@ajug.org
|Subject: [ajug-members]: Subversion source code control
|
|
|Seems like this was discussed recently, but I just need a quick reply
|from anyone currently using Subversion as their source code control
|system.
|
|Are you happy with it?  We are considering moving to Subversion.  I plan
|on using just the stand alone server, not the Apache plug-in.
|
|Thanks,
|
|Scott
|
|
|
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