10 articles and links tagged with “Subversion”
Subversion 1.4.3 Building Subversion 1.4.3 for OS X
Metissian’s pre-build Subversion binaries are out of date, and Dan Benjamin’s excellent guide to building Subversion yourself runs into a wall for 1.4+. You, however, are an impatient pioneer. You want to build the latest stable (impatient, not _imprude
Starting out with the SVK Version Control System
SVK is a version control system that sits on top of a Subsverion, CVS, Perforce, etc. repository, and provides the promise of a common interface. Here’s how to install it on OS X.
Serverless SVN Repositories
You don’t need a powerful SVN server in order to reap the benifits of version control. This article explains how to set up repositories on any machine you have SSH access into.
French Translation of 'I Wonder What This Button Does'
John Garner has translated the revision control article I wrote for A List Apart into French! Exciting!
I wish I was at OSCON: 'Subversion Best Practices'
Brad Choate has a great summary of what looks like a wonderful presentation on Subversion best practices, given at OSCON 2006 by Ben Collins-Sussman & Brian W. Fitzpatrick
I Wonder What This Button Does
I’ve got an article up on A List Apart, introducing my favourite behind-the-scenes development tool: Subversion.
“Forbidden” Errors and Subversion Commits
mod_rewriterule broke my Subversion commits with 403 (“Forbidden”) errors. Here’s how I fixed it.
Subversion Post-Commit Hooks 101
The “Hello World!” of Subversion
post-commithooks is the use of
SVNnotifyto send e-mails out to a project team every time a new revision is committed to the repository. This is easier than it sounds.
Working with Subversion File Properties
Subversion has a very powerful system for associating metadata with the files you have under version control. This article describes how to automate the process of adding properties to the files you put under version control using