About source code version control with CVS: http://www.tigris.org/scdocs/ddCVS
Några olika CVS-klienter: http://www.collab.net/downloads/tools/
PDF-manual för CVS: http://ftp.gnu.org/non-gnu/cvs/source/stable/1.11.21/cederqvist-1.11.21.pdf
Tortoise PDF-manual: http://tortoisesvn.net/docs/release/TortoiseSVN_en.pdf
Ex på setup från Nygårds: http://www.ersysgroup.com/nicholas/installation/Subversion-SUSE-9.3-and-Apache-2
Intressanta länkar ang setup av Subversion/Apache på Windows
Export all comments from commits in repository: svn log -v --xml > repository_log.xml
master: this is the main code branch, equivalent to trunk in Subversion. Branches are generally created off of master.
origin: the default remote repository that all your branches are
pull'ed from and
push'ed to. This is defined when you execute the initial
git clone command.
unpublished vs. published branches: an unpublished branch is a branch that only exists on your local workstation, in your local repository. Nobody but you know that branch exists. A published branch is one that has been
push'ed up to github, and is available for other developers to checkout and work on.
fast-forward: the process of bringing a branch up-to-date with another branch, by fast-forwarding the commits in one branch onto the other.
rebase: the process by which you cut off the changes made in your local branch, and graft them onto the end of another branch.
*** Moving from Subversion to Git:
*** Using Git with Visual Studio 2013 Jump Start (videos)