December 21, 2006
The 12 Days of Configuration Management
I’m dreaming of an open-source repository
Just like the one’s I used to know. (only better)
May your files be compact and properly tagged
And may all your repositories be free. (as in beer)
March 28, 2005
Extending Subversion with Properties (Part 2)
Last time, we looked at several questions that might be asked about the history of a deliverable. This time, we will explore how subversion parameters can be used to extend the functionality of a repository into a more robust lifecycle tracking tool.
February 21, 2005
Extending Subversion with Properties (Part 1)
Last week, I gave a broad overview of Subversion. This week and next, we will explore in more detail how Subversion can be used to meet the deliverable tracking needs of a LIMS software development project.
February 13, 2005
Version Control with Subversion
As noted in recent blogs on this site, controlling code is an essential part of software development. One widely used version control tool is Concurrent Versions System. CVS is the de-facto standard version control system in the open-source software development world, managing large, global projects such as Linux, Apache and