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TortoiseSVN: Getting Started

Jan 26, 2011, 09:04 (1 Talkback[s])
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"In this article you will get your first taste of using TortoiseSVN. This article will explain the concept of working copies and will cover how to check out a working copy, how to manage copy depth, and how to commit a copy after you have made some changes to it. This process is the nuts-and-bolts of version management and something that you will be doing a lot during your work with TortoiseSVN.

"In this article by Lesley Harrison, author of TortoiseSVN 1.7, we shall:

* Learn the benefits of using a working copy
* Learn how to check out a working copy and how to check in after making changes
* See some of the more common commit log messages and learn what they mean
* Explore the repository browser"

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