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If you really don’t have anything better to do on rainy (snowy?) afternoon, you’re invited to January 07 meeting of SloDUG. I’ll continue the “free tools that .NET developer should really know” series and this session will be devoted to Subversion (aka SVN).

It’s really the best version control that you can choose for your team if you don’t have mucho euros to spend, so why not give it a chance, ey? You’ll see it’s a snap to install and fun to use.

See you!

Posted on Tuesday, January 23, 2007 11:51 PM | Filed under: Developement |


# re: SloDUG: Subversion 1/24/2007 10:59 AM Bojan Vrhovnik
I used it for one of my app. It works great. i got little confused on the beginning with trunk, branches, but then, after reading a cool help chm, the efford was payed....

# re: SloDUG: Subversion 1/24/2007 11:02 AM David
You don't have to complicate your life with trunk and branches if you don't need them. It's a possibility but not a requirement to use. IMHO most simple project don't need them.

# re: SloDUG: Subversion 1/24/2007 12:06 PM Bojan Vrhovnik
True, but to do it right, by the book, we tryed most of features. Quite interesting. On the other hand, it is a large solution.
Still, i have a problem to set a tortoise in Visual Studio. Would you show also how to set the VS.NET enviroment?

# re: SloDUG: Subversion 1/24/2007 1:01 PM David
I'll show AnkhSVN that integrates with Visual Studio and share my thoughts on that subject. :)

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