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Jez Smith
01/05/12 14:32
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#185340 - you don't need an admin for svn, but
Responding to: Aubrey Kagan's previous message
You need to make sure that the users know how to use it, its quite easy to break it when doing things like merges if you don't know what you are doing and you end up with a system which is unusable.

Also you need a policy about what gets committed to the suppository.Source files,configuration files are ok but don't commit anything that gets generated during a build.

When commiting files, small changes and often is the key, don't save your commits until you have made hundreds of changes, and always add comments to describe what changes you have made in the log.

List of 16 messages in thread
SubVersion/Altium/ISO9000      Aubrey Kagan      01/05/12 08:29      
   You don't need an admin but it helps        Per Westermark      01/05/12 09:22      
   Subversion        Andy Neil      01/05/12 12:48      
      redmine      Maarten Brock      01/05/12 13:13      
         Cheap..      JecksonS Ben      01/06/12 06:52      
   you don't need an admin for svn, but        Jez Smith      01/05/12 14:32      
      I forgot, most importantly      Jez Smith      01/06/12 01:45      
         No network?      Aubrey Kagan      01/06/12 06:32      
         repo vs working copy        Andy Peters      01/06/12 10:30      
            Training notes      Jez Smith      01/06/12 14:17      
         ??? Surely not        Oliver Sedlacek      01/10/12 01:41      
   subversion      Andy Peters      01/05/12 17:42      
   What Subversion does for you        Oliver Sedlacek      01/06/12 01:52      
      What he said!        Andy Neil      01/06/12 13:02      
   git      Michael Karas      01/10/12 09:51      
      Bad name      Oliver Sedlacek      01/11/12 01:53      

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