Version, or revision, control systems (VCS) are essential for the organization of multi-developer projects, including biomedical ontologies. Apache Subversion (SVN) and Git are examples of such systems that are widely used in the open-source developer community.
- SVN command-line tutorial from the NESCent Anatomy Course: bit.ly/Q70nUv
- GitHub: Uses the Git VCS and offers free accounts for open source projects.
- Google Code: Provides Git, Mercurial, or SVN code hosting for open source projects.
- TortoiseSVN: SVN client implemented as a Windows shell extension.