> There is an argument whether Git is actually easier to learn than SVN for
> people who have never used version control systems before. After all, Git
> has more in common with the kind of version control system you would invent
> by yourself if there were none available [1].
> [1] http://tom.preston-werner.com/2009/05/19/the-git-parable.html

By that argument, git should have emerged as the first version control
system. Instead we got rcs!

SVN is surely simpler to learn - there are less concepts: just a client
checkout and a repository. No staging and no "real" branching.

Git though is not that much harder to learn. It has far more flexibility
than svn. For that reason it is worth the extra effort.

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