Videos tagged with SVN
DocBox sits on top of RDoc and allows users to update documentation through a wiki-like interface. Its main purpose is to make the bar much lower for updating of documentation, a task which someone without technical knowledge should be able to do. One requirement for DocBox is that it still gives people credit for there work, especially those who update documentation. It is written using the Ru...
Roman Strobl domontrates the new subversion support in NetBeans IDE.
In this episode you will learn how to use Subversion to create and apply patches. We will walk you though two different ways to do this and explain the pros and cons of each way.
Kablame! is a rails plugin uses svn blame to determine how many lines of code were updated or added by each user in a project. KABLAME! currently compatible with SVN and Git. Someone on your team isn't pulling their weight? KABLAME! Like lists of largely meaningless numbers? KABLAME! Need to look good at a job review? KABLAME! Believe in productivity through social stigma? KABLAME! Need an excu...
In this episode we walk though how to resolve code conflicts using the TortoiseSVN client. By the end of this episode you should be able to use both the Diff and Merge tools that are built into TortoiseSVN to manage and resolve any code conflicts that may arise.
In this episode we will walk you though how to setup and add your project to the Subversion (SVN) source control server. We will be using the VisualSVN Server and TortoiseSvn Client in this episode. By the end of this episode you should be able to setup, maintain and use a SVN server with a project.
The git source code control system was developed by Linus Torvalds for managing the Linux kernel. But it’s also valuable for managing all kinds of code: libraries, web applications, personal files. Git was built for the modern developer’s workflow. Easy branching, full capability even when offline, and fast operation make other source code management systems feel underpowered compar...
In this episode we will walk you though the various steps that make up the Check-in Dance. The steps of the check-in dance are below: Compile your local copy of the code Test your local copy of the code Get the latest version from source control and merge Compile the merged version Check the code into source control
In this episode we will walk you though the setting up your project to be added to a source control system. You will also learn how tricks and techniques that allows anyone to do a pull at anytime and compile on the first try.
How do you get your Rails application into subversion? I’ll show you how!