Name: [1364] Chris Lasher
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Description: I'm a graduate student in the `Genetics, Bioinformatics, and Computational Biology (GBCB) <http://www.grads.vt.edu/academics/programs/gbcb/phd_gbcb.html>`_ program at `Virginia Tech <http://www.vt.edu/>`_ In my research, I try to uncover dynamic links between biological processes by mining high-thro ...

Version Control with Subversion 7 [ID:289] (7/8)

in series: Software Carpentry - Version Control with Subversion

video tutorial by Chris Lasher, added 06/07

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Continuing in the vein of a multi-user repository, we develop the critical skill of conflict resolution.

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I love it. Very useful.


8. david spiess Thu, 22 Jul 2010 14:42

This is going to be useful


hi chris,

i'm extremely grateful for these video tutorials because i have been putting of learning revision control for so long now and i think i learned more in the last one hour than i ever did.. so thank you..

if there is anyway i can help you out too (perl programming, small donation, etc) please feel free to drop me a line at robotreply at gmail and i'll be more than happy to return the favor.

Kind Regards,

San


6. anonymous Fri, 03 Jul 2009 11:00

thanks for the video on conflict resolution


Hi Chris Lasher

I am very much interested to view Version control with subversion video series but unfortunately i am unable to view. and also i am unable to download that video series.

Plz tell me how can i view/download these video series.

Thanks in advance


very tutorial :)


3. anonymous Sat, 10 Jan 2009 18:58

Really useful..Thanks!

You saved me some time

If you can add more like Locking and branching, it would be great.


Thanks for the comments, Ian! I agree with Shuttleworth's remarks on the necessity of cheap merging. I have been exploring distributed RCS's, notably Git right now, due to their touted improved merging capabilities. I am already thinking of how to create a screencast about one of these systems.


Chris, great video - I wish I'd seen this a while ago! I've hacked a solution manually in the past without knowing about the 'svn resolved' command - now it is all clear to me.

It was also cool seeing -m and -ci, I'm used to --message and --commit respectively.

And slightly off-topic, I just read this blog entry by Shuttleworth on the cost of merges, it seems vaguely relevent so I'll link it:

http://www.markshuttleworth.com/archives/126

Ian.


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