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Re: Getting Started

From: Milen A. Radev <milen_at_radev.net>
Date: 2006-12-22 01:46:52 CET

On 22/12/06, Daniel Essin <essin@ieee.org> wrote:
> I finally figured it out! Thank you for the links to the documentation. The
> documentation and even your comment below, do not make it clear that importing
> is not a pull process, it is a push process. You have to point to the location
> that you want to import and rt-click and select import..
> You do not do what I was trying to do - go to the new repository and tell svn to
> import something into it. Judging from the number of posts on the web about this
> I would suggest that the documentation be made more explicit so that new users
> can actually get started.

The best way to start is to learn the principles of the system you are
going to use. Please start with "Basic concepts"
(http://svnbook.red-bean.com/nightly/en/svn.basic.html) and then with
the excellent "Guided Tour"
(http://svnbook.red-bean.com/nightly/en/svn.tour.html) from the SVN

As you could see the first thing in the tour is "Import". And if you
know what a repository is (from "Basic concepts") you would understand
fairly easy what is an import from this simple sentence - "You use
_svn import_ to import a new project into a Subversion repository."

Nothing could beat *reading* a well-written documentation.

Milen A. Radev
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