TortoiseSVN 1.7 : Beginners Guide
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TortoiseSVN 1.7 Beginner's Guide is a new book from Packt that revolves around a real-world example based on a software company and will help readers to master version control techniques with TortoiseSVN. Written by Lesley A. Harrison, this book will provide readers with a deeper and clearer understanding of the basic functionality of TortoiseSVN and answer all the questions that are encountered while using it.
TortoiseSVN 1.7 Beginner's Guide starts off by introducing important features and basics of TortoiseSVN, and tools needed to get started with version control. Furthermore, this book goes on to explain conflict management, branching and merging of a project to avoid disturbing the main development version, usage of TortoiseSVN with popular bug-tracking systems, and methods to check, commit changes and keep track of data.
Using this book, developers will be able to select the working copy of a file to maintain coherency and avoid conflicts, create and apply patches while maintaining consistency in the project, work with revision graphs to check the changes made to the project, form branches to allow maintaining multiple versions of the project at once, use TortoiseSVN with Visual Studio, and secure and protect their subversion server using SSL.
Sample chapter available here
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