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Re: New To Tortoise

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Mon, 30 Jun 2008 09:30:37 +0100

2008/6/30 BatutaBunsing <BatutaBunsing_at_gmail.com>:
> Hi everyone. I have just recently downloaded and installed
> TortoiseSVN.
> I have read some portions of the documentation, and would love to read
> further, but I have this immediate requirement with regards to
> versioning.
> I am currently using Win2000 and I am accessing a shared folder on a
> network drive.
> I want to create a versioning control on one of the folders in the
> shared network drive.
> For example, I have mapped a server drive (SharedDevelopDrive on
> LocalCompanyNetwork) to drive G, and in drive G, there already exists
> a folder, named SourceCodes.
> basically, inside the folder SourceCodes, exists different folders; to
> give you more idea, this is how the drive looks:
> G:\SourceCodes
> Inside this folder contained some more folders:
> \FolderApp1
> \FolderApp2
> Assuming I place 10 files in FolderApp1, I wish to place them in the
> repository so that version control could be done.
> For example, I wish to set up FolderApp1 so that if User1 and User2
> would want to modify files, there's a versioning in place.
> I hope someone can help me further on this. The easy setup seems a
> bit cumbersome on my part.
> Any straightforward process or advice would be highly appreciated.


Don't do it! Setting up svnserve is not hard. To make it even easier,
if you download the Windows server installer from collabnet it will
install the subversion server for you.


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Received on 2008-06-30 10:30:48 CEST

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