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Version Control with Subversion
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Version Control with Subversion - Chapter 3. Guided Tour

Chapter 3. Guided Tour

Now we will go into the details of using Subversion. By the time you reach the end of this chapter, you will be able to perform almost all the tasks you need to use Subversion in a normal day's work. You'll start with an initial checkout of your code, and walk through making changes and examining those changes. You'll also see how to bring changes made by others into your working copy, examine them, and work through any conflicts that might arise.

Note that this chapter is not meant to be an exhaustive list of all Subversion's commands—rather, it's a conversational introduction to the most common Subversion tasks you'll encounter. This chapter assumes that you've read and understood Chapter 2, Basic Concepts and are familiar with the general model of Subversion. For a complete reference of all commands, see Chapter 9, Subversion Complete Reference .

Help!

Before reading on, here is the most important command you'll ever need when using Subversion: svn help . The Subversion command-line client is self-documenting—at any time, a quick svn help <subcommand> will describe the syntax, switches, and behavior of the subcommand .


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