No one is investing more into the future of Subversion.
Assembla NextGen SVNTM is available for client and server installations. Clients include TortoiseSVN for Windows and command line apps for macOS. Server installations are available for Windows, Ubuntu, CentOS and Debian.
Assembla is the only SVN provider supporting modern engineering workflows that utilize Merge/Pull requests. Teams can submit Merge/Pull requests and collaborate with up/down voting, commenting and approvals.
Assembla is the only SVN provider that delivers real-time code search. Teams can perform keyword searches across single or multiple repos to find specific code snippets, files, commits and merge/pull requests, instantly. Results are color coded and can be filtered to navigate quickly through massive repos.
Assembla is the only SVN provider with code creation and editing in a WebApp. Teams can create new code, edit existing code and commit the code without leaving their web browser.
Assembla is the only SVN provider with file locking in a WebApp. Users can perform the full set of SVN locking operations against any files in their repos including lock, unlock, steal and break.
Identify defect root cause with detailed code blame. The Assembla WebApp supports the full suite of SVN blame commands and enhances them with a clean and easy to read user interface.
Meet your compliance reporting requirements with full user and repo level activity reports. See every change made to your SVN repos, who made the change and when in an exportable and easy to read report.
Implement granular folder access to all your repos to manage commit access at the user level. Select who has access to make commits in each repo folder you chose. Compliance and security has never been easier.
Integrate with a full suite of cloud applications for CI/CD, hosting and collaboration. Our native integrations and webhooks allow your team to use services like JIRA, Slack, Trello, Jenkins, Amazon, Azure and many more.
This new SVN feature will allow you to temporarily “shelve" (set aside) in-process changes and revert back to the working tree—to quickly fix a bug on production, for example. Once done, you can simply retrieve your shelved changes and continue where you left off.
Not every change you make will be ready to contribute back to the central repository. Soon, when working on a collection of local changes, you’ll be able to save checkpoints of your work and restore the working copy to one of your previous checkpoints should things go awry.
Subversion offers excellent support for the large, binary files common in modern software development. With built in SSH acceleration, Assembla’s cloud infrastructure dramatically speeds up committing and retrieving large files.