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2009\01\05@021424 by Vanzo Stefano

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Hi to all of you

I am try it with Subversion
Probably I am just messing up everything.

My enviroment:
Server IP: 192.168.3.5 -> name DNS : sever
Ubuntu server 7.04
Apache
DNS
Samba
Subversion

http://server/svn/   let me see a empty page with title
Revision 0: /
Powered by Subversion version 1.4.4 (r25188).

On my WinXP I installed TortoiseSVN

Now how doo I get things started ??

Thank you

Stefano

2009\01\05@033212 by Vitaliy

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"Vanzo Stefano" wrote:
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Stefano,

Since you're using Windows, and are just starting out, I would suggest
setting up a folder on your local hard drive as the SVN repository:

http://tinyurl.com/a2c5wj

You can then right-click on your project folder to import it into the newly
created repository:

<http://tortoisesvn.net/docs/release/TortoiseSVN_en/tsvn-dug-import.html>

Hope this helps,

Vitaliy

2009\01\05@151227 by Matthew Mucker

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Create a folder with files in it on your workstation.

Right click the folder, on the TortoiseSVN menu, choose "Import" to place
these files into version control.

Enter the URL of your Subversion server, your username and password, and you
should see your files being added to the repository.

Now, this is the weird part... you just added files, but they're currently
not under version control yet on your local workstation. For that, create a
second folder and do a SVN Checkout from the TortoiseSVN context menu. That
folder is then under version control.



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2009\01\05@151349 by Matthew Mucker

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BTW, you can't use TortoiseSVN as the Version Control engine in MPLAB.  (I
learned this yesterday, as a matter of fact.) You'll have to download a
command-line SVN client for versioning within MPLAB.  You can use both the
command line tool and TortioseSVN against the same files on the same
repository.



2009\01\05@153059 by solarwind

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Can I ask why you're using Subversion specifically? If you want to
have a nice and easy to use version control system that is
decentralized (does not require an internet connection to a server), I
strongly recommend BZR or GIT. I recommend them over any other version
control system in fact.

http://bazaar-vcs.org/ - Really easy to use and set up.

2009\01\05@232833 by Vitaliy

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"Matthew Mucker" wrote:
> Now, this is the weird part... you just added files, but they're currently
> not under version control yet on your local workstation. For that, create
> a
> second folder and do a SVN Checkout from the TortoiseSVN context menu.
> That
> folder is then under version control.

Or, delete the files, and check them out from repository into the same
folder.

Vitaliy

2009\01\05@232948 by Vitaliy

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"solarwind" wrote:
> Can I ask why you're using Subversion specifically? If you want to
> have a nice and easy to use version control system that is
> decentralized (does not require an internet connection to a server),

Subversion/TortoiseSVN do not require an internet connection to a server.
You can create a repository on a local drive.

Vitaliy

2009\01\05@234234 by Matthew Mucker

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>
> Or, delete the files, and check them out from repository into the same
> folder.
>
> Vitaliy
>

Yes, but if something went wrong with the import, or goes wrong with the
checkout when you do this, you've just deleted your backup copies. :)


2009\01\06@012313 by Vitaliy

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"Matthew Mucker" wrote:
>> Or, delete the files, and check them out from repository into the same
>> folder.
>
> Yes, but if something went wrong with the import, or goes wrong with the
> checkout when you do this, you've just deleted your backup copies. :)

Big deal, just get them out of the trash bin. :)

Vitaliy

2009\01\06@042657 by Vanzo Stefano

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Just because I googled for version control and came up with it.
Once I got it working it's fantastic

Stefano Vanzo



solarwind ha scritto:
> Can I ask why you're using Subversion specifically? If you want to
> have a nice and easy to use version control system that is
> decentralized (does not require an internet connection to a server), I
> strongly recommend BZR or GIT. I recommend them over any other version
> control system in fact.
>
> http://bazaar-vcs.org/ - Really easy to use and set up.
>  

2009\01\07@102405 by solarwind

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On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 4:26 AM, Vanzo Stefano <spam_OUTpicsTakeThisOuTspamvanzo.it> wrote:
> Just because I googled for version control and came up with it.
> Once I got it working it's fantastic
>
> Stefano Vanzo
>

Still recommend bzr or git over svn.


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