On 9/6/06, Bob Butterworth <BButterworth@techpro.com> wrote:
> Currently have I have a .net project on my local computer, and that is
> where it stays. No one else can work on it but me, and occasionally I back
> it up.
My company also does .NET development using Visual Studio 2005. This
includes both ASP.NET and WinForms. I'll give you some short answers below
but you should read chapters 1-3 of the svn book:
http://svnbook.red-bean.com/. We also use the TortoiseSVN client and some of
us use AnkhSVN.
If I set up a subversion server were multiple developers are accessing it
> for their projects, including me, how exactly does this work?
You install the svn server on a server that all develops can access. With
only several thousand mostly-text source files and a few thousands
revisions, our experience has been that this is a light-weight application
and does not need a dedicated machine.
If I have the whole project with code on the server, does it get copied down
> to my local computer when I check it out. I can then work on it, and check
> back in the whole project? Does it then copy back up any changed files?
Yes, although you need to explicity tell svn what new files should be added
to the svn repository and what files should be deleted. Modifications are
Definitely read the book!
Received on Thu Sep 7 22:55:49 2006