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By Mike Mason

This e-book covers the idea at the back of model keep an eye on and the way it may support builders develop into extra effective, paintings greater as a workforce, and keep it up best of software program complexity. model regulate, performed good, is your "undo" button for the undertaking: not anything is ultimate, and blunders are simply rolled again.
This publication describes Subversion 1.3, the newest and preferred open resource model regulate process, utilizing a recipe-based technique that would get you up and operating quick and properly. how to use Subversion the suitable way-the pragmatic method.

With this ebook, you could: * continue all undertaking resources safe--not simply resource code--and by no means run the danger of wasting a good idea
* know the way to undo undesirable decisions--even directories and symlinks are versioned
* proportion code thoroughly, and paintings in parallel for optimum efficiency
* set up Subversion and set up, administer and backup your repository
* proportion code over a community with Apache, svnserve, or ssh
* Create and deal with releases, code branches, merges and insect fixes
* deal with third celebration code safely
* Use the entire most up-to-date Subversion 1.3 good points together with locking and path-based safety, and masses more!

Now there's no excuse to not use professional-grade model control.

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Txt, in revision 2 (r2) of the repository, and we can see the log message that was used when adding Saturday and Sunday to our list of days. txt was changed in revision 1, when we imported the Sesame project. txt was modified—there’s an M next to it. For revision 1, we can see that the /sesame directory and contents were created. txt. This can be extremely useful, for example, when reviewing historical information when tracking down a bug. txt. In fact, using svn log without any other arguments produces a log for the current directory and any subdirectories, starting with the most recent changes and working backward.

Let’s first do a quick sanity check. We’ll alter a file in one directory, check it in, and then ask Subversion to update our local copy in the other directory. txt Transmitting file data . Committed revision 3. Now for the first moment of truth. txt is now out-of-date (because the repository now holds a more recent version). Let’s pop over there and check: 45 W HEN W ORLDS C OLLIDE sesame> cd .. txt Status against revision: 3 We’re using --show-updates (short form -u) to get Subversion to talk to the repository and find out if any updates are available for files in the aladdin directory.

Txt (working copy) @@ -3,3 +3,5 @@ wednesday thursday friday +saturday +sunday The output contains a bunch of information. The first line tells us the name of the file being examined. This has a couple of uses. First, if we’re examining a bunch of files with one command, it helps us identify where we are. Second, it is also used when generating patches (but that’s not something we’ll be looking at for a while yet). The two lines after the row of equals signs tell us the name and revision number of the repository file and that we’re comparing it with the working copy.

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