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Version Control with Subversion
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Version Control with Subversion - Summary

Summary

We've covered a number of fundamental Subversion concepts in this chapter:

  • We've introduced the notions of the central repository, the client working copy, and the array of repository revision trees.

  • We've seen some simple examples of how two collaborators can use Subversion to publish and receive changes from one another, using the “copy-modify-merge” model.

  • We've talked a bit about the way Subversion tracks and manages information in a working copy.

At this point, you should have a good idea of how Subversion works in the most general sense. Armed with this knowledge, you should now be ready to jump into the next chapter, which is a detailed tour of Subversion's commands and features.


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