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papabear - Mar 5th 2011, 05:43
Branching and merging are two basic operations of revision control.
McDutchie - May 12th 2011, 18:21
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Zifre - May 14th 2011, 18:21
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Zifre - May 14th 2011, 18:33
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chiyochan - Jun 19th 2011, 08:24
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sacredceltic - Jun 19th 2011, 09:43
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odexed - Sep 30th 2013, 13:55
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Sentence #779146

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Branching and merging are two basic operations of revision control.

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  1. Mar 5th 2011, 05:50
    If you know of any multilingual sites where these terms are used, it would greatly help in translating them.
  2. Mar 5th 2011, 06:13
    Can't think of any besides Wikipedia. If I were translating it, I'd try to Google whatever "revision control" would be in my target language.
  3. May 12th 2011, 18:33
    Comparing the different language versions of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Revision_control lead me to the conclusion that "ramification" and "integration" are the international (interlingua) words corresponding to "branching" and "merging", respectively. Revision control becomes "controlo de versiones" (version control). Perhaps this helps to find the terms in some other languages.
  4. May 14th 2011, 18:26
    Wikipedia is great for finding these terms. :-)

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