Subversion has since expanded beyond its original goal of replacing CVS, but its history influenced its feature and interface choices; Subversion today should still feel very familiar to CVS users.
Subversion allows arbitrary metadata ("properties") to be attached to any file or directory.
In this guide, we will install the actual software.
If a certificate authority messes up and issues an unauthorized certificate, an attacker can use it to intercept HTTPS connections.As your infrastructure requirements expand, managing each server by hand becomes an increasingly difficult task.This difficulty is compounded by the requirement for reproducibility, which becomes necessary if a node fails or if horizontal scaling is needed.These properties are not versioned, since they attach metadata to the version-space itself, but they can be changed at any time.(SVN Wins, though it is vendor lock-in)CVS does not have this, but do we need it?