Using VisualSVN plugin to Add a Project on SVN Server in VS 2013
Before we were using AnkhSVN plugin in Visual Studio, but sometimes we got unknown issues when we have multiple team members, so later we changed to VisualSVN plugin, we feels the new one is more stable.
Using AnkhSVN to Add a new project on SVN Server
I have introduced AnkhSVN, which is a SVN plugin for Visual Studio. But I just realized I never gave some real steps which about how I used this plugin.
Comparison Team Foundation Control vs GIT
Microsoft provides the comparison information:
Edit SVN logs after committed
You might want to edit log after you committed code using SVN, but you might see the following error screen:
How to change VisualSVN log message after committing?
To make the VisualSVN server accept log message changes, a pre-revprop-change hook, that allows to change author or message, has to be installed for the repository. The default installation rejects changes to author and log message.
Where VisualSVN Server logs are stored
VisualSVN official site provides a help for “Where VisualSVN Server logs are stored”
Great svn client software for Visual Studio
Let me recommend a plugin for Visual Studio, its name is AnkhSVN.
Remove subversion (SVN) source control from a project
How to remove subversion (SVN) source control from a project ?
Should I add the Visual Studio .suo and .user files to source control ?
.suo and .user file are two types of hidden user files in Visual Studio project.