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What are the pros and cons of git and svn. We are suppose to use a subversion systems. Any body have a idea.

Thanks in advance.

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closed as not constructive by Shane Madden, Khaled, Ward, voretaq7, Smudge Jan 24 '12 at 9:22

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Two points of view:… ; - Google git versus subversion for more. Read some. Make the decision you think is best for your environment. – voretaq7 Jan 24 '12 at 8:47

Subversion is, in essence, a "better CVS": a centralised client/server version control system.

Git is a "stupid content tracker" that has build a fairly popular distributed version control system on top of it. should help answer some of the questions about what is seen as better in Git.

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It reads as if you're saying Git was built on top of svn... – Rob Wouters Jan 24 '12 at 6:54
Really? If you have a suggestion about what to change to avoid that unintended implication, let me know? – Daniel Pittman Jan 24 '12 at 6:58

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