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Download Pragmatic Version Control: Using Subversion (The Pragmatic Starter Kit Series)(2nd Edition) eBook
ISBN:
0977616657
Author:
Mike Mason
Category:
Networking & Cloud Computing
Language:
English
Publisher:
Pragmatic Bookshelf; Second edition (June 10, 2006)
Pages:
256 pages
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Mike is the author of Pragmatic Version Control using Subversion.

Mike is the author of Pragmatic Version Control using Subversion. Paperback: 256 pages. The book begins with some very useful introductory material describing version control in general. I realized while reading that, although I'm a long-time user of CVS, there were some aspects of version control that I was never very clear on. I appreciated these foundational chapters.

Until now. Thanks to Mike Mason for writing a clear, concise, gentle introduction to this new tool. After reading this book, I’m actually excited about the possibilities for version control that Subversion brings to the table.

Start by marking Pragmatic Version Control: Using Subversion (The Pragmatic Starter Kit Series) as Want to. .

Start by marking Pragmatic Version Control: Using Subversion (The Pragmatic Starter Kit Series) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This book describes Subversion ., the latest and hottest open source version control This book covers the theory behind version control and how it can help developers become more efficient, work better as a team, and keep on top of software complexity. Version control, done well, is your "undo" button for the project: nothing is final, and mistakes are easily rolled back.

The Pragmatic Bookshelf. Raleigh, North Carolina Dallas, Texas. However, the publisher assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions, or for damages that may result from the use of information (including program listings) con-tained herein.

Pragmatic Version Control book

Pragmatic Version Control book. Start by marking Pragmatic Version Control: Using Subversion (The Pragmatic Starter Kit Series) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. Learn how to use Subversion the right way-the pragmatic way. With this book, you can

This book covers the theory behind version control and how it can help developers become more efficient, work better as a team, and keep on top of software complexity. All projects need version control: it's the lifeblood of any project's infrastructure, yet half of all project teams in the . don't use any version control at all. Many others don't use it well and end up experiencing time-consuming problems. This book describes Subversion, the latest and hottest open source version control system, using a recipe-based approach that will get you up and running quickly-and correctly. Learn ho. o use Subversion the right way-the pragmatic way.

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This book describes Subversion ., the latest and hottest open source version control system, using a recipe-based approach that will get you up and running quickly and correctly

This book describes Subversion ., the latest and hottest open source version control system, using a recipe-based approach that will get you up and running quickly and correctly

This book covers the theory behind version control and how it can help developers become more efficient, work better as a team, and keep on top of software complexity.

This book covers the theory behind version control and how it can help developers become more efficient, work better as a team, and keep on top of software complexity., the latest and hottest open source version control system, using a recipe-based approach that will get you up and running quickly and correctly.

Pragmatic Version Control Using Git is an excellent guide to getting you . Mike Mason Author, Pragmatic Version Control Using Subversion.

Pragmatic Version Control Using Git is an excellent guide to getting you started with Git. It will teach you not only how to get yourself started but also how to cooperate with others and how to keep your history clean. Pieter de Bie Author, GitX. If you are thinking of using Git, I highly recommend this book. Pragmatic Version Control. Using Git. Travis Swicegood.

This book covers the theory behind version control and how it can help developers become more efficient, work better as a team, and keep on top of software complexity. Version control, done well, is your "undo" button for the project: nothing is final, and mistakes are easily rolled back.

This book describes Subversion 1.3, the latest and hottest open source version control system, using a recipe-based approach that will get you up and running quickly and correctly. Learn how to use Subversion the right way-the pragmatic way.

With this book, you can:

Keep all project assets safe--not just source code--and never run the risk of losing a great ideaKnow how to undo bad decisions--even directories and symlinks are versionedLearn how to share code safely, and work in parallel for maximum efficiencyInstall Subversion and organize, administer and backup your repositoryShare code over a network with Apache, svnserve, or sshCreate and manage releases, code branches, merges and bug fixesManage 3rd party code safelyUse all the latest Subversion 1.3 features including locking and path-based security, and much more!

Now there's no excuse not to use professional-grade version control.

  • Stoneshaper
I had been using subversion for a few years before I got this book. I was not good at it, I wouldn't even say that I was proficient! This book met me right where I was and helped me to gain confidence and proficiency.
It was a little bit of a pain to have to follow through the examples from the beginning of the book. Nonetheless, I find it to be very useful.
  • Beranyle
Clearly written. Good information. Helped me to understand and better utilize SVN.
  • Joony
good book
  • Zetadda
Excellent book to get kick started on SVN. The examples given in the book are very practical and reinforce learning. It would be more valuable if it could include some help for people who are looking to migrate to SVN from clearcase
  • Syleazahad
This relatively short book is remarkably easy to read. It lays out a bit of background, gets your started with examples and guides you with a few best practrices. I read the book and worked through most of the examples in about three sittings. I got my first app under subversion the next day.
  • Llanonte
I've been using CVS for the past few years and have been mostly happy. However, there have been some discussions among developers at my company about moving to Subversion. I was unclear on the differences between CVS and Subversion so I took some time to read Pragmatic Version Control: Using Subversion (The Pragmatic Starter Kit Series)(2nd Edition).

The book begins with some very useful introductory material describing version control in general. I realized while reading that, although I'm a long-time user of CVS, there were some aspects of version control that I was never very clear on. I appreciated these foundational chapters. I also appreciated Mason's sensitivity to the many readers who might have experience with CVS. He frequently points out differences and similarities and explains Subversion functionality in a way CVS users can understand.

After getting the reader up to speed on version control in general, the book moves progressively deeper into the administration and use of Subversion. There is also information on migrating from CVS to Subversion, third party tools, and IDE integration. (I'm in an IBM shop and am looking forward to trying out the Subclipse plugin to integrate Subversion into IBM's Rational Application Developer.) This book will give you everything you need to get up and running quickly. But, it will also give you much more. If you're interested in exploring every nook and cranny of Subversion, you won't be disappointed.

In the end, I discovered that the Subversion project was started by a team of developers with significant CVS experience. They felt that CVS was an aging platform and wanted to build a new, high-performance, version control system that would also fix of all CVS's shortcomings. After reading this book, I can say that I'm hoping to make the move to Subversion soon. The book was very informative and well written. Recommended.

Check out the table of contents and sample chapters on the Pragmatic Publisher website.
  • asAS
[Reviewed by XPSD member Andy de Torres]

As the guys behind the Pragmatic Starter Kit Series admit, these books cover basic stuff all developers should know. So it comes as no surprise that Pragmatic Version Control Using Subversion is not a ground-breaking, earth shattering book. It's a good, thin, easy to read book that covers the basics of version control and how to work with Subversion. It spends fewer than 20 pages on the basics with the rest of the book covering syntax, setup, and best practices for Subversion. (Check out the CVS version of this book if you're using CVS.) An appendix of "recipes" (which could have been organized better) covers over 60 operations with a quick summary of the commands required for each and a pointer to the section of the book where it was covered. Some of the recipes are simple things that you tend to do from your IDE plug-in or TortoiseSVN or other client, but many are more involved. This is very helpful, because many tasks are infrequently performed, and you can spend a lot of time (in other books) searching for where a topic was covered.

I found the book very helpful in getting Subversion installed with Apache for HTTP-based use (through firewalls) in just a few minutes and also for local use on a USB flash drive (with file-based URLs) as well as for organizing my repository. When the time comes, I will refer back to their "recipes" for dealing with release issues. I would not hesitate to recommend this book to anyone using or considering using Subversion.
I spent some time searching the internet trying to learn about version control. I should have bought this book earlier. By the end you'll feel pretty confident about version control.

This book will explain what branchs and tags are and how to use them, how a project should be layed out, how to share code among projects, and where to store vendor libraries. The book tells you not just the how, but more importantly the why. The descriptions are clear and easy to understand. I especially like the description of branches being like parallel universes.

This book taught me much about version control. Prior to this book I only had a vague idea or what version control was. Now, armed with this book, I'm transitioning our current repository from the uber-project layout to the layout the book describes. The repository is getting much less confusing.