[ajug-members] Which Source Version Control System do you prefer?
bsiggelkow at mac.com
Thu Dec 1 13:10:20 EST 2005
Subversion -- it is the most natural evolution from CVS and it fixes
the CVS headaches of unversioned directories. There are other
benefits such as ability to perform disconnected operations,
authentication and authorization via Apache 2.0 server, WebDAV
support, cross-platform, open source, free, etc.
Can't say enough good things about it so far ....
On Dec 1, 2005, at 11:02 AM, R. Blaine Mincey wrote:
> Hi Ajug'ers!
> Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving...geez, I still cannot lean
> over and tie my shoes!
> My question today is which source version control do you prefer and
> why? CVS, Subversion, VSS (no!), etc......
> I have used CVS for about a decade it seems with no problems and
> currently have implemented a CVS Server at the client which several
> developers utilize. Well, now there is a push to change this from
> upper management. You know, the same story, development
> environment is stable, source code is backed up to tape properly,
> developers are comfortable using it, etc., so let's find a better
> way to do it!
> In order to prepare for the "shootout" at work, I would greatly
> appreciate any insight and experience from others on the board as
> well as any recs you may have to various other source control systems.
> Thanks in advance!
> Blaine Mincey
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