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Q)  CVS VS SVN ?


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Feature CSV SVN
Revision Numbers In CVS, revision numbers are per file. This is because CVS stores its data in RCS files; each file has a corresponding RCS file in
the repository, and the repository is roughly laid out according to the structure of your project tree.
In Subversion, the repository looks like a single filesystem. Each commit results in an entirely new filesystem tree; in essence, the
repository is an array of trees. Each of these trees is labeled with a single revision number.
A tag or branch A tag or branch is an annotation on the file or on the version information for that individual file. In Subversion, a tag or branch is a copy of an entire tree (by convention, into the /branches or /tags directories that appear at the toplevel of the repository, beside /trunk). In the repository as a whole, many versions of each file may be visible: the latest version on each branch, every tagged version, and of course the latest version on the trunk itself.
Directory Versions   The Subversion tracks tree structures, not just file contents. It's one of the biggest reasons Subversion was written to replace CVS.
The svn add and svn delete commands work on directories now, just as they work on files.
Binary Files and Translation   Subversion handles binary files more gracefully than CVS does. Because CVS uses RCS, it can only store successive full copies of a changing binary file. Subversion, however, expresses differences between files using a binary differencingalgorithm, regardless of whether they contain textual or binary data. That means all files are stored differentially
(compressed) in the repository.

 



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