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comparison of Subversion vs. Git
based on data from user reviews. Subversion rates 3.9/5 stars with 55 reviews. Git rates 4.7/5 stars with 196 reviews. Each product's score is calculated by real-time data from verified user reviews.

Meets RequirementsSee More
Meets RequirementsSee More
8.6
(Based on 54 reviews)
9.5
(Based on 187 reviews)
Ease of UseSee More
Ease of UseSee More
8.2
(Based on 55 reviews)
7.7
(Based on 186 reviews)
Ease of SetupSee More
Ease of SetupSee More
8.0
(Based on 24 reviews)
8.8
(Based on 37 reviews)
Ease of AdminSee More
Ease of AdminSee More
7.8
(Based on 23 reviews)
8.0
(Based on 34 reviews)
Quality of SupportSee More
Quality of SupportSee More
7.6
(Based on 34 reviews)
8.5
(Based on 128 reviews)
Ease of Doing Business WithSee More
Ease of Doing Business WithSee More
7.6
(Based on 10 reviews)
8.4
(Based on 23 reviews)
Product Direction (% positive)See More
Product Direction (% positive)See More
6.2
(Based on 53 reviews)
8.8
(Based on 185 reviews)
Small-Business (50 or fewer emp.)
Small-Business
(50 or fewer emp.)
14.5%
34.9%
Mid-Market (51-1000 emp.)
Mid-Market
(51-1000 emp.)
41.8%
28.7%
Enterprise (> 1000 emp.)
Enterprise
(> 1000 emp.)
43.6%
36.4%
 
Information Technology and Services
32.8%
Computer Software
24.9%
 
Computer Software
15.6%
Internet
19.5%
 
Financial Services
10.9%
Information Technology and Services
16.6%
 
Internet
7.8%
Marketing and Advertising
4.6%
 
Higher Education
4.7%
Higher Education
2.9%
 
Other
28.1%
Other
31.5%
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Most Helpful Favorable Review
G2 Crowd User in Computer Software

Having used a number of different version control systems, I would always consider Subversion for a general purpose SCM. It works very well with teams of varying skill set, where the individual developers need supervision, training and review, as may be the...

Seth K.
User in Internet

Git's branching model is the best of the version control systems-- lightweight branches that can be switched and merged at will. It's also very fast and diskspace-light because of the way it stores only incremental changes for each commit. It's easy to move...

Most Helpful Critical Review
Most Helpful Critical Review
Dusty J.
User

Since you maintain a "working copy" on your desktop, I've broken the fragile link between the desktop app and the online repository. I've broken Subversion about every way possible, and learned how to manually remove the "sync" feature for the folders in my...

G2 Crowd User in Computer Software

Not easy to use as a file tracker software, man ways to work with it, but not always easy read checkin to main repo details.

 
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