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Re: some suggestion about subversion

From: Benjamin Pflugmann <benjamin-svn-usr_at_pflugmann.de>
Date: 2004-04-06 00:23:37 CEST


On Sat 2004-04-03 at 13:17:43 +0800, you wrote
> hi,i think subversion is easy to learn than cvs. The manual is generally good,
> but if you provide a 10 minutes taste tutorial, the learning will be
> more smooth for new comer.

What's wrong with

  http://svnbook.red-bean.com/svnbook/ch03.html ?

Well, it presumes that most readers are users of Subversions, not
administrators (or home-users aka ad-hoc-admins), but it covers
everything you mention below.

> for example:
> 1.install subversion:
> 2.svnadmin create d:\svndemo (create repository)
> 3.svn import d:\test file:///d:/svndemo

The very first command (after "help") they explain is import, which
they say isn't often needed, but if you need to create a repository
(which it seems you indeed needed), go look there... And there we find

  The svn import command is a quick way to copy an unversioned tree of
  files into a repository.

  $ svnadmin create /usr/local/svn/newrepos
  $ svn import mytree file:///usr/local/svn/newrepos/fooproject

> 4.svn checkout file:///d:/svndemo d:\test (create working directory)

The next page in the the tutorial explains revision numbers and then
on the very next apge is checkout.

> other commadns:
> svn add
> svn commit
> svn update

And the next pages gives an overview over those and how they play

So I am not sure: Didn't you find this tutorial (you are not explicit
what you refer to with "manual", so I am not sure you mean the book),
or do you mean that the tutorial has a gap it doesn't fill like it



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