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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.

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Revision control with subversion

  1. 1. Revision control with Subversion
  2. 2. the features of Subversion
  3. 3. backup files
  4. 4. revision history
  5. 5. non-linear workflows
  6. 6. collaborate
  7. 7. windows integration
  8. 8. graphical interface
  9. 9. compare changes
  10. 10. working with TortoiseSVN
  11. 11. select ‘SVN checkout’
  12. 12. enter the server’s address
  13. 13. download the files
  14. 14. files are now available
  15. 15. work as normal
  16. 16. changed files are highlighted
  17. 17. select ‘SVN commit’
  18. 18. document the change
  19. 19. files are uploaded
  20. 20. others can update to the latest revision
  21. 21. clashing changes are flagged
  22. 22. and can be resolved
  23. 23. select the ‘revision graph’ command
  24. 24. to view the workflow
  25. 25. select the ‘revert’ command to undo mistakes
  26. 26. some servers allow files to be viewed online
  27. 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

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