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svk

svk is a distributed version control system designed from the ground up to integrate cleanly with Subversion, the emerging standard in enterprise version control. With SVK, advanced branching and merging and even offline commits are easy.

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Recent releases

  •  07 Aug 2007 18:30

    Release Notes: Perl 5.9.5 compatibility, various fixes in the merge subsystem, and some Win32 fixes.

    •  29 Dec 2006 08:18

      Release Notes: New features include interactive commits, floating checkout, view support, log filter plugins, better copy and rename support across merge, pipelined sync support, and pullyu (a utility to reconstruct the original svn repository from a mirror). Startup time was improved.

      •  25 Nov 2006 19:44

        Release Notes: Debugging and logging were cleaned up. Checkout copy relocating was fixed. Support for subversion libraries prior to 1.3.0 was removed.

        •  03 Nov 2006 10:22

          Release Notes: This 2.0 preview release includes faster mirror support (enabled with Subversion 1.4.2) and a Subversion repository recovery tool from svk mirror (utils/pullyu). The other 2.0 features from previous previews include interactive commits, floating checkout, view support, log filter plugins, better copy and rename support across merge, and startup time improvements.

          •  25 Feb 2006 08:34

            Release Notes: A patch generation failure and an infinite loop in "svk revert //path" were fixed.

            Recent comments

            13 Jun 2008 10:18 kutzi

            English homepage
            Is there an english homepage/Wiki whatever available or just the one in chinese(?) ?

            06 Dec 2003 05:17 clkao

            Re: Cute!
            Yes, it's an implementation of the star merge algorithm described in the arch tutorial.

            I'm now slowly putting up better document in the wiki page after getting most of the features i needed done.

            26 Nov 2003 15:02 cduffy

            Cute!
            At a very quick glance, this looks like an effort to bring some of the features of Arch or BitKeeper to SVN. I'm curious: Is the star merge algorithm the one devised by Tom Lord for Arch, or is it something else under the same name?

            An advocacy page would be useful -- something to the effect of why SVK is compelling to current users of Arch (or BitKeeper, or $WHATEVER).

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