The Apache Software Foundation Blog
Tuesday October 11, 2011
Hats off to the Apache Subversion team on the milestone release of Subversion v1.7.0!
The Apache Software Foundation congratulates Apache Subversion, the popular Open Source version control system and software configuration management tool.
The award-winning project entered the Apache Incubator in November 2009 and became a Top-level Project (TLP) twelve months later. Apache Subversion is used by millions of companies around the globe, as well as by leading Apache projects such as Ant and Maven, as part of their overall application lifecycle management strategy.
In addition, Subversion is widely used throughout the Open Source community, including CodePlex, Django, FreeBSD, Free Pascal, GCC, Google Code, MediaWiki, Mono, PHP, Ruby, and SourceForge. According to Forrester Research, Apache Subversion is the recognized leader in the Standalone Software Configuration and Change Management category.
For the complete list of features, release notes, downloads, documentation and supporting information, as well as ways to participate in the project, please see http://subversion.apache.org/
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