Revision control with subversion

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A brief overview of the features of Subversion using TortoiseSVN on Windows. This covers a number of common commands encountered when using Subversion.

A brief overview of the features of Subversion using TortoiseSVN on Windows. This covers a number of common commands encountered when using Subversion.

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  • 1. Revision control with Subversion
  • 2. the features of Subversion
  • 3. backup files
  • 4. revision history
  • 5. non-linear workflows
  • 6. collaborate
  • 7. windows integration
  • 8. graphical interface
  • 9. compare changes
  • 10. working with TortoiseSVN
  • 11. select ‘SVN checkout’
  • 12. enter the server’s address
  • 13. download the files
  • 14. files are now available
  • 15. work as normal
  • 16. changed files are highlighted
  • 17. select ‘SVN commit’
  • 18. document the change
  • 19. files are uploaded
  • 20. others can update to the latest revision
  • 21. clashing changes are flagged
  • 22. and can be resolved
  • 23. select the ‘revision graph’ command
  • 24. to view the workflow
  • 25. select the ‘revert’ command to undo mistakes
  • 26. some servers allow files to be viewed online
  • 27. credits various images GNU GPL licensed M.UmutPulathttp://12m3.deviantart.com/ GNOME icon artists http://svn.gnome.org/viewvc/gnome-icon-theme/trunk/AUTHORS?view=markup DBGthekafuhttp://www.opendesktop.org/content/show.php?content=72618 Screenshots show Microsoft Windows , TortoiseSVN and Beanstalk Font : Museo 300