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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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.
http://whygitisbetterthanx.com/ should help answer some of the questions about what is seen as better in Git.