At DITA Europe in Munich, the DITA Open Toolkit contributors split the toolkit documentation into a dedicated repository to make it easier to contribute.
At this year’s tekom spring conference, I’ll be speaking on the use of distributed version control systems for collaborative authoring of documentation.
This post proposes a way to use a single folder on your computer as both a Git repository and a Subversion working copy.
VMware released its Mac virtualization product with an extremely annoying incompatibility — it won’t work properly with Windows systems running CVSNT.
Once of the main complaints about the CVS version control system is that it’s difficult to move or rename files as your project structure changes.
David Peralty has a nice tutorial on using Subversion to keep WordPress current by checking out the latest code directly from the Automattic repository.
Zürich-based indy developer Zennaware has released Cornerstone, the latest attempt to make the Subversion experience more Mac-like.
A year after the initial hype, Mac Subversion client Versions celebrates the anniversary by actually releasing a beta app.
There’s now a Mac equivalent for TortoiseSVN: SCPlugin is a free, open-source utility that displays the status of your version-controlled files in the Finder.
The interface artists at Sofa are working on a new Mac OS X Subversion client called Versions, which is due out for public beta release “any moment.”