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VisualSVN Server is pretty cool

Saturday, July 12th, 2008

For those of you that aren't aware of VisualSVN Server and are using an SVN server on a windows-based machine, I would highly recommend checking out the product. After a few years of using SVN, and about 1900 checkin revisions, I finally decided that it was time to split up some of my repository into separate repositories and make things a bit easier to manage. While browsing around looking up help on one of the 9 million command-line and settings files in SVN, I came across VisualSVN Server (which is free by the way) which allowed me to create new repositories, manage users, manage hooks, all in a graphical interface.

Very cool stuff VisualSVN! They also have a Visual Studio-based plugin that allows for plugging into SVN directly from the IDE, but I have been using AnkhSVN for quite some time (which is free unlike their solution) and have not had any problems whatsoever.

I would highly recommend checking it out, pretty cool stuff!

svn commit "Tom.Out"

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