Creating a repository and a project


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Creating a repository and a project

Now that we've got Subversion installed, let's create a repository and then a project inside that repository. Creating a repository in Subversion is easy, use the svnadmin command. So we're going to say svnadmin create c:\svn\r1, r1 is the name of the repository you want to create. You don't have to create it inside the SVN directory, but it's a convenient way to make it easy to back up all the repositories by simply backing up the SVN directory. Next step, we need to create a project.

Project setup in Subversion can appear to be somewhat complex, but once you have learned how to do it, it's the same every time. There is a set of conventions that are commonly used so that if you move from one group to another that's using some version, you'll see the same kind of pattern being used because it makes it easy to do branches and tags and keep track of which is the trunk. So, I always name my projects, as you know XXX-YYY, where XXX is the name of the repository and YYY ...

Creating a repository and a project
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Creating a repository and a project provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Michael Lehman as part of the Fundamentals of Software Version Control

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