[OS X TeX] Version controls for LaTeX book production
zaccone at bucknell.edu
Mon Nov 12 10:16:56 CET 2007
On Nov 11, 2007, at 2007-11-11, 8:03 PM, David Oliver wrote:
> I'd welcome comments from book authors on this list with experience
> with version controls, such as CVS, for LaTeX produced books. Do
> you find them useful? Do you find them useful even if you are the
> only user or author accessing the material? Recommendation for a
> particular system?
> David Oliver
I also recommend subversion. I am working on a book with two other
authors and I have found it extremely useful. I wouldn't attempt
another book project (even alone) without it.
We have also set up a Trac database <http://trac.edgewall.org/> to
keep track of outstanding issues. It's easy to use and integrates
nicely with subversion. We've been happy with Trac also. It's useful
for just one author too.
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