Superversion is a multi-user distributed version control system based on change sets. A major focus in its development is efficiency and ease-of-use. Features include a graphical user interface, branches, conflict detection and resolution, a history tree view, export and report functions, CVS-compatible keyword substitution, overridable file type autodetection and a transactional internal database.
|Tags||Software Development Version Control|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: The user interface is faster and more responsive in many places. There is a new dialog for adding work areas.
Release Notes: A number of non-critical but annoying bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: A timing-dependent exception that prevented program startup has been eliminated.
Release Notes: In this release, compatibility problems with JDK 1.4 have been fixed.
Release Notes: Common operations like ignoring files and acknowledging changes don't trigger a work area rescan anymore. Keyword replacement can be disabled to improve interoperation with other version control systems. Miscellaneous UI improvements and bugfixes.