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We have an application that to fully test it with different phases we would need about 15 jobs (see the following post for simplification of jobs: http://javaandroidandrest.blogspot.com/2014/03/jenkins-multijob-plugin.html).  The problem with this is that once you branch your trunk version you do not want to duplicate all jobs. One solution for...

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More than a decade ago, when I was first been introduced with Maven, I had one big issue with its concept: along side with all its benefits (and there are many as such), I didn't like the idea that for each version of my product I need to set the version...

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Description of a common migration path - SVN to GIT to GitHub. Preview This article describes a common migration path - SVN to GIT to GitHub - that I've walked-in lately and can be used as a best-practice for many users even if not used as-is since each case have a different startup-status and...

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Description of a common migration path - SVN to GIT to GitHub. Preview This article describes a common migration path - SVN to GIT to GitHub - that I've walked-in lately and can be used as a best-practice for many users even if not used as-is since each case have a different startup-status and...

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In this post I try to give a few criteria to help choosing between Subversion and Git: Complexity – Subversion is built for simplicity. This means it is simple to understand and the simple actions such as checkout, update, commit are easy. However, it also means the advanced actions like...

by miron
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Linus Torvalds Talking at 'google tech talk' about git, about how to do things right and about way SVN is not. (doing things right).

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The Subversion team announced the release of Subversion 1.5.0. The first new feature release of Subversion in almost 2 years, 1.5.0 contains a number of new improvements and features.  A detailed list of changes can be found in the release notes at the link