Resource out of date try updating subversion

Let us see how to create a new repository and allow access to the users. 1 root root 229 Aug 4 [[email protected] OS svn]# service httpd restart Stopping httpd: [FAILED] Starting httpd: httpd: apr_sockaddr_info_get() failed for Cent OS httpd: Could not reliably determine the server's fully qualified domain name, using 127.0.0.1 for Server Name [ OK ] [[email protected] OS svn]# service httpd status httpd (pid 1372) is running...

On server we have to install Apache httpd module and svnadmin tool. [[email protected] OS svn]# We have configured the Apache server successfully, now we will configure the repository.

Let us suppose Tom and Jerry are the two developers working on a project.

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Resource out of date try updating subversion

Let us create the trunk, tags, and branches directory structure under the project repository.

[[email protected] OS svn]# svn import -m 'Create trunk, branches, tags directory structure' /tmp/svn-template/ Adding /tmp/svn-template/trunk Adding /tmp/svn-template/branches Adding /tmp/svn-template/tags Committed revision 1. We have successfully created the repository and allowed access to Tom and Jerry.

In later chapters, we will see the Subversion command for each operation.

The repository is a central place where developers store all their work.

'Move' operation is used to move files/directories from one place to another in a repository tree.

When you check out the working copy or update the working copy, then your working copy is completely synchronized with the repository.

From now, they can perform all the supported operations to the repository.

The life cycle of a Version Control System is discussed in this chapter.

At this point, their working copies are completely synchronized with the repository.

Jerry completes his work very efficiently and commits his changes to the repository. Update operation will pull Jerry’s latest changes from the repository and will update Tom's working copy.

Let us start by discussing some of the terms that we will be using in this tutorial.

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