Subversion is an open source version control system.

In addition to the standard version control system functions described in Use common VCS Functions, you can select Tools > Subversion > Describe to display commit log messages for a revision.

You can use Git as a client for a Subversion server. For more information, see Using Git with Subversion.

Subversion Preferences

To set Subversion preferences, select Preferences > Version Control > Subversion:

{Subversion preferences}

  • Subversion command specifies the path to the command line client executable.
  • Username and Password specify the user credentials to access the repository if the server requires Authentication.
  • Log count sets the maximum number of lines the log can have.
  • Timeout sets a timeout for version control operations.
  • Ignore whitespace changes in annotation hides whitespace changes in annotation views.

See also Set up version control systems, Use common VCS functions, and Version Control Systems.

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