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Version Control with Subversion
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Version Control with Subversion - Versioned Modules

Versioned Modules

Unlike CVS, a Subversion working copy is aware that it has checked out a module. That means that if somebody changes the definition of a module (e.g. adds or removes components), then a call to svn update will update the working copy appropriately, adding and removing components.

Subversion defines modules as a list of directories within a directory property: see the section called “Externals Definitions”.


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