subversion wrapper to simplify the task of branching and merging
Specifically, it is a command line tool written in Python that treats branches and tags as first-class names/identifiers so you can operate on them directly without worrying about starting revisions, URLs, and project paths. Here are some reasons why sv might help you work with subversion:
- sv is optimized for many developers all working on the same project in isolated work branches.
- Since sv does not rely on properties, you can start using it on an existing repository today.
- If you are familiar with git’s command line interface, sv is similar
However, the easiest way to install sv is, by no coincidence, the following command:
You will need setuptools installed for this to work (and you might need root access on your machine).
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