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RH2019 and SVN

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Feb 07, 2019

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I know that svn isn't supported yet. All of the marketing materials said svn would work, and the videos all say svn is supported, so we bought it only to find out that they're still working on it. Unfortunately, still working on it isn't an answer I can use right now, as my developers only use svn and I have to get this newly upgraded project to fit into the svn model now, not when three more service packs are released.

So, with that in mind, has anyone had any success using svn with the new RH 2019 format?

I'm contemplating just putting the project into source control, and using tortoise to do the svn update before I update, manually check out files in tortoisesvn when I need to edit things. I have one user, though, who is very wary of svn and is easily frustrated by it, so I'm not sure that's a plan of action I'm ready to take. I was hoping someone figured out how to hammer it in to svn with Edit>Preferences or something along those lines... any thoughts, suggestions, or war stories to share?

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RH2019 and SVN

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Feb 07, 2019

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I know that svn isn't supported yet. All of the marketing materials said svn would work, and the videos all say svn is supported, so we bought it only to find out that they're still working on it. Unfortunately, still working on it isn't an answer I can use right now, as my developers only use svn and I have to get this newly upgraded project to fit into the svn model now, not when three more service packs are released.

So, with that in mind, has anyone had any success using svn with the new RH 2019 format?

I'm contemplating just putting the project into source control, and using tortoise to do the svn update before I update, manually check out files in tortoisesvn when I need to edit things. I have one user, though, who is very wary of svn and is easily frustrated by it, so I'm not sure that's a plan of action I'm ready to take. I was hoping someone figured out how to hammer it in to svn with Edit>Preferences or something along those lines... any thoughts, suggestions, or war stories to share?

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