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By Adrian Aisemberg
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Published: Dec 03 2008 / 07:03

SVN and TortoiseSVN are really great tools. It is a shame that these tools are used only by developers. I believe that every home should use SVN to keep track of it’s files. The problem is that these tools are planned for developers. Using the file-system in windows is not a trivial task for everyone. In fact, sometimes people tend to be afraid of it. Not only using the file-system, but also using some client application that does not even have a window? And where do I get an SVN server anyway?!? Keep reading. you might find it useful.
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Dave Newton replied ago:

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So when she's old you can restore an earlier, perkier version?

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