Subversion (also known as "SVN") is a free, centralized version control system officially. This is a part of the Apache Software Foundation projects and is officially called Apache Subversion.
The goal of the project at the beginning of development was to replace the widespread Concurrent Versions System (CVS), which is now considered morally obsolete. Subversion is free from some of the shortcomings of the latter and implements all the basic features of CVS and.
Subversion is used by many open source communities (including those that previously used CVS). Such well-known projects as Apache, Free Pascal, FreeBSD are among them. Subversion is also widely used in proprietary and corporate environments. Popular hosting projects, such as SourceForge.net, Tigris.org, Google Code, and BountySource also host Subversion, for open source projects as well.
Apache Subversion Features:
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To work properly with this Virtual Machine Image you should have a repository or SVN Server. It is recommended to use one of these Apache SVN Servers, which were specially tested and maintain full compatibility to perform seamlessly.