Open source softwares - Apache SVN(Sub Version)

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Lession - #1551 SVN Basic Concepts

It is important to get an overview of how Subversion works and the terms that are used.   #### The Repository Subversion uses a central database which contains all your interpretation- controlled files with their complete history. This database is appertained to as the depository. The depository typically lives on a file server running the Subversion server program, which supplies content to Subversion clients( like TortoiseSVN>
onrequest.However, back up your depository as it's the definitive master dupe of all your data, If you only back over one thing.    #### Working Copy This is where you do the real work. Every inventor has his own working copy, occasionally known as a sandbox, on his original PC. You can pull down the rearmost interpretation from the depository, work on it locally without affecting anyone differently, also when you're happy with the changes you made commit them back to the depository.  A Subversion working copy doesn't contain the history of the design, but it does keep a copy of the files as they exist in the depository before you started making changes. This means that it's easy to check exactly what changes you have made. You also need to know where to find TortoiseSVN because there isn't important to see from the Start Menu. This is because TortoiseSVN is a Shell extension, so first of all, start Windows Explorer. Right click on a folder in Explorer and you should see some new entries in the context menu like this