Using Subversion effectively with Git


Git is a distributed versioning system, integration into environments that require centralised version control is not easy. With the command line tool git-svn, Git can be used as a Subversion® client, which means developers can benefit from Git’s unique features, such as offline commits and better performance as there is no network latency. Valuable data and work results are still stored in the central Subversion repository.


  • Enough basics about Git to be able to use git-svn effectively
  • How to use advantages of git-svn while keeping changes made to the Subversion repository 100% compatible with other Subversion clients
  • Pitfalls of git-svn and how to avoid them

Our offer:

This event is a one-day workshop, which can also be configured individually as an internal company service offer.  Please feel free to contact us.

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