Apache Subversion is an open-source centralized version control system. It was created by CollabNet in 2000 as a more modern replacement for the Concurrent Version System (“cvs”), and moved to the Apache Software Foundation in 2009. Subversion has experienced rapid growth in user base since its inception, and is now commonly used in both corporate and open-source environments.
By attending Apache Subversion workshop, Participants will learn to:
- Download and install Subversion
- Execute a basic file modification workflow
- Execute a branching workflow
- Deal with conflicts
- Examine history
- Commit changes to files
- Create and work with branches
- Configure a remotely-accessible repository
- Use repository hooks
- Install Subversion handling into Eclipse
- Participants should have familiarity with text editors and use of the command line.
Apache Subversion training course is targeted to people who will use Maven to build projects. Participants who will typically work on projects that have already been created (i.e. existing project checked out from an SCM system), or create new projects based on a Maven archetype. Participants who may be expected to add dependencies to an existing project, or configure the build process by editing the project’s POM.