You may use any SVN client tool: either a command-line one, or any existing GUI (TortoiseSVN, RapidSVN are tested; kdesvn does not seem to like pkcs sudo apt-get install kdesvn that is a client and i found pretty easy to me, so now go and register a new project con google code. now for. 1 What you need; 2 Subversion tutorials; 3 Checking out Stellarium sourcecode kdesvn, Linux/KDE, Graphical Subversion client. Tortoise.
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Working copies MUST be accessible via local paths. Subversion does not know anything about pseudo file systems like smb: First of all you must create a working copy of your repository. Inside the following dialog you must select the URL of the repository you want to use, e. Subfolders of a repository are possible, too, e.
Last but not least, tuyorial revision to checkout. This ensures that the last stored version is the referenced version. After clicking on OK kdesvn will create your new working copy and if the box was checked opens it. Then only the marked path will checked out.
If you try to commit if no item is selected, kdesvn uses the top-most element of opened working copy, i. This operation is always recursive, means, if selecting a folder kdesvn always send all changed items below it. When you setup that you want to review all items before commit inside the following dialog all items kdesvn would send are listed.
There you may unmark items you don’t want to send. In that case kdesvn sends all items alone, i. Or you may select items not versioned for add and commit if them are not marked to be ignored.
So you may see if there are newer items you forgot. Enter a log message what you’re sending and hit OK and the kdesvh starts. This brings you local working copy in sync with the repository.
This runs in background and you may work meanwhile with kdesvn. When this is finished, items with newer versions or folders with items where newer items are below are marked.
This will update to the most latest version. If no item is selected, the update will done on whole opened working copy, otherwise only recursive on the selected items.
Both operations requires two steps: First add or delete and then committing that changes to repository. Before you commit you may undone add or delete. Copy with Konqueror or any other tool into working copy area. You may check if there are somewhere in hutorial copy unversioned items. Tktorial OK adds all marked items to working copy, items you don’t want versioned you should unmark before.
Mark in Konqueror or any other compatible file browser items you want to add and drag them to kdesvn. You may drop them on folders inside the opened working copy and then kdesvn copy the dropped items to it and add the items.
Deleting items is always recursive. For example, when you delete a folder all subitems will ttutorial deleted, too.
Items will be unversioned and removed from disk. On the left side you see the list of log entries retrieved by kdesvn.
The log message is stripped-down to one line to fit. The full log message appears in the upper-right window when marking an entry. In the lower-right window you will see the list of changed files.
These windows only appear if this list is fetched, depending tutirial your settings. Hutorial range is called without any pre-limit, so be careful when using this feature on large repositories. The buttons on the bottom of the dialog always work on the item selected for log, not on the item selected in the list of changed files.
So when you select Diff previous there, it makes the diff over all changed items in this revision if they are equivalent or below the subversion entry selected before for retrieving logs. Same for Diff revisions. Annotate of course works only if item to log is a file. On all list entries both lists you have context menu enabled for some extra operations.
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In left list this is Set version as left side of diff i. If you selected these revisions them are marked with some small arrows. Beginning with subversion and kdesvn. Creating a working copy. Adding and Deleting from working copy. Select not versioned items and add them Copy with Konqueror or any other tool into working copy area.
Check and add recursive You may check if there are somewhere in working copy unversioned items. Drag and drop Mark in Konqueror or any other compatible file browser items you want to add and drag them to kdesvn. Deleting items from working copy and unversion. The log display dialog. Important This range is called without any pre-limit, so be careful when using this feature on large repositories.