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26 July 2012
26 July 2012

Database Build and Release with Jenkins

One of the frustrations of implementing a Continuous Integration (CI) system is understanding how the individual components of the workflow work together to contribute to the process. The software engineer for a successful system describes how his team designed and use a useful CI system based on Jenkins, Subversion and Red Gate Tools. … Read more
19 March 2012
19 March 2012

TortoiseSVN and Subversion Cookbook Part 6: Snapshots

Moving backwards in time in Subversion is like time travel in science fiction. It's fine to look around, but If you change anything it can have unforseen consequences, and you always have to return to the present. Snapshots enable you to navigate in source control to examine or compile the code as it existed at a point in time; to access a particular build.… Read more
16 January 2012
16 January 2012

TortoiseSVN and Subversion Cookbook Part 3: In, Out, and Around

Subversion doesn't have to be difficult, especially if you have Michael Sorens's guide at hand. After dealing in previous articles with checkouts and commits in Subversion, and covering the various file-manipulation operations that are required for Subversion, Michael now deals in this article with file macro-management, the operations such as putting things in, and taking things out, that deal with repositories and projects.… Read more
08 November 2011
08 November 2011

Michael Pilato: Geek of the Week

For a large number of .NET developers, Subversion is Source Control. The book they go to to find out how to use it is O'Reilly's 'Version Control with Subversion'. Both Subversion and the book owe a great deal to the Subversion open source development team, including Michael Pilato of CollabNet, who has worked on the project for many years, almost since the project was founded in 2000 by Collabnet.… Read more