The Subversion corporation and project is joining the Apache Software Foundation. To mark the announcement, representatives from the Apache Software Foundation, the Subversion Project and CollabNet held a joint press conference at the downtown Oakland ...
Syntax of cvs2svn command and its respective switches.
PDF document on migrating from CVS to Subversion.
Based on its declared goal of replacing CVS, it is not surprising that the command set of Subversion will be very familiar to CVS users. This document tries to emphasize that similarity, as well as key differences. This document is not intended to cover every command in either version-control tool, but rather to talk to the similarities and differences of key commands in both systems. In general, CVS commands can commonly be executed within Subversion merely by changing "cvs" to "svn." There are deeper syntactical differences for the non-default uses that are best learned by accessing either the online help or one of the published reference books.
The import command is the easiest way to migrate snapshots into a Subversion repository. This document clarifies the particular syntax and usage of this command.
PDF document with information on Subversion migrations
CollabNet, through its seven years of interacting with customers, has defined a best practices approach to migrating projects from their current version control (VC) and source code management (SCM) systems. This document outlines CollabNet’s generic approach to migration. As each project contemplates using Subversion moving forward, it is important that the right steps be taken to determine what and how data may be migrated.
When managing a Subversion server for a number of related projects, in an Open Source community or an enterprise, one needs to strike a useful balance between standardizing the development environment to the extent needed for effective collaboration while leaving enough flexibility to individual teams to work in a variety of ways. Individuals and projects will request particular features or customizations’ with some regularity. This article discusses when to customize, how to customize, and suggests a recommended approach to such requests.
This article details how to setup svnserve to run as a Windows service. Running the server as a service makes it easy to monitor and manage the server from a remote Windows client and also allows the server to start automatically when the system boots.
Understanding the internals of Subversion's merge tracking feature.