Glad to hear your message regarding your success. Yes -- I followed the
manual for the most part, some times more than others. After my fifth time
building a repository, I decided to post for help. This is the forth or
fifth different type of source control system, and I have been excited about
what I have heard until I tried it first hand.
Is the status supposed to change when you check a file out? It doesn't do
much for me. I suppose that I will have to tinker for a while until I get
the hang of what I am doing wrong. I have tried downloading tortisesvn
twice in the last three days, but the download keeps failing -- maybe there
is a server down or something.
Anyway, thanks for the help,
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lieven Govaerts" <email@example.com>
To: "'Kevin White'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>;
Sent: Sunday, July 10, 2005 4:50 AM
Subject: RE: Problem using SVN
> The first time I started with Subversion in Windows, I was up and
> running in half an hour. So it can be done, don't worry :)
> Reading some documentation is mandatory though, if you're in a hurry,
> just read the quick start guide:
> ( just replace all unix paths with your normal windows directories )
> If you have a problem with the command-line commands, install
> TortoiseSVN, a nice GUI integrated with explorer:
>> It does not show up in the list, but trying to add it again results
>> in a failure - already added.
> You know that Subversion is not plainly copying files to its repository
> like SourceSafe does do you? Your files are stored in revision files in
> the c:\svn\yourrepos\db\revs folder. What list do you refer to?
> You need to 'svn checkout' again to create your local working copy.
> From: Kevin White [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: zaterdag 9 juli 2005 21:31
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Problem using SVN
> Hello. New to subversion. Very confusion program -- easy to see why
> are ten pages of FAQs. Half a day to try and install/get everything to
> work, still trying. Confused by the directories and where to put things --
> seems like the old DOS3.1, need to make a special c:\SVN directory to make
> it work. I imported a bunch of files, then tried to import another, and
> much happened. Tried to add it from command line, and it accepted the
> command. It does not show up in the list, but trying to add it again
> results in a failure - already added.
> Yargh. Back to the old CM tool. I was hopeful, too. Maybe next year?.?
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