Last Updated on November 7, 2009 by Tim
Versions brings subversion control for web developers on the Map platform. Versions is aimed to streamline the workflow of developers with a version control software that can be housed on your computer. In a typical Subversion-based workflow, you’ll add, delete and edit files in a ‘working copy’ on your own hard-drive and then commit those changes to a central ‘repository’. Subversion keeps track of all changes and lets you retrieve any previous version of your files. In group efforts, Subversion offers a great way to ensure you always have everyone’s latest updates.
Versions gives you a firm grip on your project. The Timeline view shows recent change sets, complete with commit log notes and a full list of changed files. Versions also offers various tools in the Browse view to dig in to the history of any file or folder. And to go back in time, simply select any previous revision to browse and retrieve as much or little of it as you want.