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Subversion Interview Questions and Answer Part-1

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When checking out code from SVN you usually want to check out from __ not from the root of the repository.

  • repo
  • tags
  • trunk (Ans)
  • branches

A source control system that requires users to checkout a file in a way that no one else can edit that file is _________.

  • branching
  • locking (Ans)
  • distributed
  • merging

A source control system that allows different users to edit the same file, but requires conflicts between their changes to be resolved on a central server is _________.

  • branching
  • locking
  • distributed
  • merging (Ans)

Which of these is NOT in the set of default root folders in a SVN repository?

  • trunk
  • branches
  • lines (Ans)
  • tags

In SVN, the switch command does what?

  • switches the view of the files you are looking at
  • switches the user logged in
  • switches your working copy to a different branch (Ans)
  • switches modifications that you have stashed

The svn:ignore property is set on ___________.

  • the folder or file you want to ignore (Ans)
  • a repository itself
  • the parent of the folder or file you want to ignore
  • the root directory of the project

The revert command will ____________.

  • restore a file or folder to the current latest version in SVN
  • do nothing, but prevent changes from being committed
  • restore a file or folder to what the original checked out version was (Ans)
  • restore a file to a specific point in time that must be specified when the command is used

When a conflict has been fixed in SVN, you should mark it as _____________.

  • finished
  • resolved (Ans)
  • fixed
  • done

There is only one packaged version of SVN server

  • True
  • False (Ans)

Every commit to SVN can have an optional ___________ .

  • status flag
  • rollback
  • macro
  • commit message (Ans)

Before using a repository in SVN you must first create a least one ___________ .

  • branch
  • user (Ans)
  • hook
  • tag

SVN requires users to check a local copy of the repository also known as ____________.

  • a replication
  • a working copy (Ans)
  • a hub
  • a local repo

When creating a new file in SVN that file must be ___________ in order to be committed.

  • modified
  • added (Ans)
  • deleted
  • non empty

Add and delete operations in SVN ___________ .

  • are the same thing
  • should be done using an SVN command, not just in the file system
  • should only be done in the file system (Ans)
  • should do not really exist, svn just mimics what it sees happen in the file system

The rename command in SVN actually does ___________ .

  • a rename
  • a delete and an add (Ans)
  • just an add
  • a copy and delete

Which of the following is NOT a good reason for creating a branch?

  • to label a specific section of the source (Ans)
  • to create a new version of the software
  • to allow a feature to be worked in independently
  • to create a separate code line corresponding with a software release

SVN is currently maintained by what open source foundation?

  • Mono
  • Klingon
  • Nomad
  • Apache (Ans)
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