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com)-- Distributed version control systems Git and Mercurial offer significant advantages over centralized version control systems such as open-source Apache[TM] Subversion[R] (SVN) or proprietary IBM ClearCase[TM].
DVCS is quickly replacing centralized version control systems such as Subversion by allowing developers to work faster and productively even when not connected to a network.
A centralized version control system enables this process.