|[jgit-dev] [ANN] SubGit 1.0 is released|
Hello All, Our team is proud and delighted to announce SubGit 1.0 release! New version is available for download at SubGit web site at http://subgit.com/ SubGit is a server-side tool for a smooth, stress-free SVN to Git migration. SubGit lets one to set up a bidirectional Subversion to Git replication (writable mirror) and thus it allows users to choose freely between Subversion and Git version control systems. SubGit is a closed source Java application, which is free for use in Open Source and Academic projects, as well as in any repository with up to 10 committers. Besides, there are no limitations on the time you may evaluate SubGit in commercial or closed source projects. As you may already know, SubGit uses JGit to work with the Git side of things. During the SubGit beta testing period JGit has proven itself as a very reliable library. We highly appreciate all the efforts the community puts into JGit. A few useful links: SubGit Web Site: http://subgit.com/ SubGit Book: http://subgit.com/book/ - nice illustrated guide that would help you to install, configure and use SubGit SubGit Issues Tracker: http://issues.tmatesoft.com/issues/SGT We tweet at @subgit and blog at http://blog.subgit.com/ With best regards, Semyon Vadishev, TMate Software, http://subgit.com/ - git-svn bridge! http://svnkit.com/ - Java [Sub]Versioning Library! http://hg4j.com/ - Java Mercurial Library! http://sqljet.com/ - Java SQLite Library!
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