Archive for December, 2010
Here you can find some information about how to work with files when using an SVN
Now the installation is completed and so you need to import files from a remote SVN host. Go to File>> Import. There select SVN >>Checkout projects from SVN.
And select create a new repository location. There you can add the svn url. ( In assembla you can find this URL in Source/SVN page). After that it will show the file structure in the remote host. Select the folder to be checked out from the SVN.
After pressing next you’ll get a window for a New Project which you are already familiar. So you can create a new project in workspace or at an existing location. If you are developing a component for a web application More >
When we are developing a software with the collaboration of several members we need a way of sharing the code files, software versioning and revision control. We can use a Subversion system for this. SVN is one. See more information about svn here.
We can get a free host to host our files. Assembla is one which gives free services as well as paid ones.
So now we need a client software to work with an SVN. One popular software is TortoiseSVN. It’s a great software that can be used very easily.
If you are using Eclipse as your development IDE it is easy to work with an SVN. We need to install Subversion to the eclipse IDE.
Let’s get it installed.
( The screenshots below are taken using the “Eclipse for PHP Developers” Version: Helios Service Release 1)
First go to Help>>Install New More >