von Apache Software Foundation4.3/5 21 Bewertungen
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Durchschnittliche Bewertung21 Bewertungen
- Gesamt 4.3/5
- Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4.1/5
- Kundenservice 3.5/5
- Funktionen 4/5
- Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 4.4/5
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- Kostenlose Version Nein
- Gratis Testen Nein
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- Apache Software Foundation
Über Apache Subversion
Open-source revision control and software versioning system that provides interactive conflict resolution, merge tracking, file locking, and more.
Apache Subversion Funktionen
- Continuous Integration
Die hilfreichsten Reviews für Apache Subversion
Bewertet am 1.6.2019
Great for version control
Mohd kasif S.
Vorteile: Easy to learn and use. Maintains different revisions of source code based within branches so it helps in reverting to previous versions if needed. Committing and merging the code is also pretty straightforward.
Nachteile: Sometimes conflicts when merging different branches together into another branch.
Bewertet am 10.4.2019
I Only Use It to Upload to a Public repository
Nigel masimba R.
Kommentare: I've been using Apache Subversion for almost a year, but not as my main version control software. Work on my projects using another version control software, then when projects are ready to ship to the public repository I simply paste in the folder of the latest version into my Subversion folder, so I don't use it for version control per se. I just use Subversion because the public repository I upload to uses it. That said, there's nothing outright bad about Subversion. Other version control software fits better into my normal build workflow.
It works well for version control, and I am yet to have any merge conflicts.
It allows users to determine the version numbers using built-in features. Version numbering is not straight forward, at least in my case. I only manage one application which needs to have the version number updated in 3 separate files, which is not quite straightforward at first. The public repository is much more easier to navigate and download software than the private version
Nachteile: It's not as easy to use as other version control software. With Apache Subversion it feels like I am manually creating files and then adding version tags or metadata to them, Whereas with my preferred version control system, I select which files I'm tracking, and whenever I need I commit the files to create new versions without having to manually separate the different versions.
Bewertet am 10.1.2020
Subversion is hard
Vorteile: Nothing really. Everything about it is better when you don't use it and use git instead. The only pro is using Cornerstone to manage it. Great piece of software.
Nachteile: Everything. It is very difficult to use and not very good on different platforms.
Bewertet am 20.10.2019
Apache Subversion review
Kommentare: We use SVN for version control. Everyday we have some any modifications to keep track of what files are checked out and needs to be checked back in as part of the software development process. SVN is really useful software for the same.
Vorteile: Subversion is great for version control. The color coding that it uses to distinguish between checked out files and files yet to be checked in are really helpful. If your folder is up to date the it gives green color. If you are editing some files then it shows a read mark besides it.
Nachteile: Sometimes, inspite of getting the latest version, the files would not have updated. This would be confusing for the user. In that case you would have to delete the old folder and get a fresh copy from the server.
Bewertet am 17.12.2019
Subversion is no longer state of the art
Kommentare: Subversion was a great solution for it's time. If you are looking at it in 2019: please use git.
Vorteile: Subversion provides centralized source code repositories, which are easy to set up. Checking out of sub folders is possible without any workarounds.
Nachteile: Branching and merging is inferior compared to modern solutions like git. Most of the time one needs to solve conflicts manually, especially on file moves or renames.