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(call "svn mkdir" instead of separate mkdir command.)
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To check out a project initially, this is the command you probably want to use:
 
To check out a project initially, this is the command you probably want to use:
  
  svn co svn+ssh://svn.freegeek.org/var/lib/svn/PROJECT_NAME/trunk PROJECT_NAME
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  svn co svn+ssh://svn.freegeek.org/svn/PROJECT_NAME/trunk PROJECT_NAME
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or anonymously:
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svn co http://svn.freegeek.org/svn/PROJECT_NAME/trunk PROJECT_NAME
  
 
To create a new project in subversion, login to the subversion server (svn.freegeek.org) and do:
 
To create a new project in subversion, login to the subversion server (svn.freegeek.org) and do:
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  svnadmin create --fs-type fsfs PROJECT_NAME
 
  svnadmin create --fs-type fsfs PROJECT_NAME
  
This creates a project without any branch, tag or trunk directories, which is the recommended way to deal with branching and tagging in subversion.  It is therefore recommended you then check out the project a different way and do:
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This creates a project without any branch, tag or trunk directories.  These are, however, the recommended way to deal with branching and tagging in subversion.  It is therefore recommended you then check out the project a different way and do:
  
 
  svn co svn+ssh://svn.freegeek.org/var/lib/svn/PROJECT_NAME
 
  svn co svn+ssh://svn.freegeek.org/var/lib/svn/PROJECT_NAME
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Back to [[Coders]].
 
Back to [[Coders]].
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==TODO==
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* trac setup
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* user account setup
  
 
[[Category: Coders]]
 
[[Category: Coders]]

Revision as of 19:57, 8 November 2005

To check out a project initially, this is the command you probably want to use:

svn co svn+ssh://svn.freegeek.org/svn/PROJECT_NAME/trunk PROJECT_NAME

or anonymously:

svn co http://svn.freegeek.org/svn/PROJECT_NAME/trunk PROJECT_NAME

To create a new project in subversion, login to the subversion server (svn.freegeek.org) and do:

cd /var/lib/svn
svnadmin create --fs-type fsfs PROJECT_NAME

This creates a project without any branch, tag or trunk directories. These are, however, the recommended way to deal with branching and tagging in subversion. It is therefore recommended you then check out the project a different way and do:

svn co svn+ssh://svn.freegeek.org/var/lib/svn/PROJECT_NAME
cd PROJECT_NAME
svn mkdir trunk branches tags
svn commit -m 'set up control directories'

Back to Coders.

TODO

  • trac setup
  • user account setup