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Version Control with Subversion
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Version Control with Subversion - Summary

Summary

We've covered a lot of ground in this chapter. We've discussed the concepts of tags and branches, and demonstrated how Subversion implements these concepts by copying directories with the svn copy command. We've shown how to use svn merge to copy changes from one branch to another, or roll back bad changes. We've gone over the use of svn switch to create mixed-location working copies. And we've talked about how one might manage the organization and lifetimes of branches in a repository.

Remember the Subversion mantra: branches and tags are cheap. So use them liberally!


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