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Software and Component Versioning

Versioning is a discipline of the Software Configuration Management which provides tools and methods to distinguish individual versions of software products and their components. This talk will first introduce the concepts of versioning at the level of products, including branches. Then it will concentrate on file versioning, and discuss the creation of baselines, branches and variants in RCS and CVS version management tools. Lastly, the issues of versioning software components will be presented.
Type of Seminar:
Public Seminar
Dr. Premysl BRADA
University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, Czech Republic
Jun 22, 2004   13:15

ETH Zentrum, ETZ E7
Contact Person:

Ondrej Rohlik
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Biographical Sketch:
Mr. Brada graduated from the Faculty of Applied Sciences, University of West Bohemia, in 1993. After that, he studied the Advanced Software Engineering MSc. course at the University of Sheffield, UK, which he finished with Distinction in 1995. At present, he works as lecturer at the Department of Computer Science, University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, lecturing master courses in "Principles of Software Engineering" and "Internet Publishing and Programming". Mr. Brada is a member of the departmental board for final examination in the study branch Computer Science and Engineering, and works as a member of the team for Faculty of Applied Sciences strategic planning. He has recently finished PhD studies at the Charles University in Prague, in the field of versioning for component-oriented systems.