Resource out of date try updating subversion

The purpose of this Subversion (SVN) tutorial is to walk through the basics of SVN usage.

For those of you who do not know anything about version control systems, do read the introduction to version control systems chapter, but if you already know what version control systems are, you may skip the introduction and jump right into the SVN Environment setup.

Subversion, often abbreviated SVN, is a software versioning and revision control system.

Subversion is used to maintain current and historical versions of files such as source code, web pages, and documentation.

Unlike a working copy, a Subversion repository is an abstract entity, able to be operated upon almost exclusively by Subversion's own libraries and tools.

As most of a user's Subversion interactions involve the use of the Subversion client and occur in the context of a working copy, we spend the majority of this book discussing the Subversion working copy and how to manipulate it.

He uses the resolve command to inform Subversion about the conflict resolution.

[[email protected] OS trunk]$ svn resolve --accept=working README Resolved conflicted state of 'README' [[email protected] OS trunk]$ svn status M README [[email protected] OS trunk]$ svn commit -m "Updated README" Sending trunk/README Transmitting file data .

Summary of conflicts: Text conflicts: 1 [[email protected] OS trunk]$ svn commit -m "Updated README" svn: Commit failed (details follow): svn: Aborting commit: '/home/jerry/project_repo/trunk/README' remains in conflict [[email protected] OS trunk]$ svn status ? Jerry resolved the conflict but didn't tell Subversion that he had resolved the conflict.In most cases if you didn't edit the exact same lines your updates and commits will go through smoothly and merges on the files will happen automatically.Occasionally there will be conflicts that need to be resolved manually.Copyright © 2011 The Apache Software Foundation, Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0.Apache, Apache Subversion, and the Apache feather logo are trademarks of The Apache Software Foundation.Subversion tries to retain this atomicity in the face of program crashes, system crashes, network problems, and other users' actions.Each time the repository accepts a commit, this creates a new state of the filesystem tree, called a .README [[email protected] OS trunk]$ svn add README A README [[email protected] OS trunk]$ svn commit -m "Added README file.Will update it's content in future." Adding trunk/README Transmitting file data . Jerry checks out the latest code which is at revision 6. After a few hours, Tom updates README file and commits his changes. [[email protected] OS trunk]$ cat README * Supported operations: 1) Accept input 2) Display array elements [[email protected] OS trunk]$ svn status M README [[email protected] OS trunk]$ svn commit -m "Added supported operation in README" Sending trunk/README Transmitting file data . [[email protected] OS trunk]$ cat README * File list 1) array.c Implementation of array operation. [[email protected] OS trunk]$ svn status M README [[email protected] OS trunk]$ svn commit -m "Updated README" Sending trunk/README svn: Commit failed (details follow): svn: File or directory 'README' is out of date; try updating svn: resource out of date; try updating [[email protected] OS trunk]$ svn up Conflict discovered in 'README'.Basically you can see that as long as you run the resolved command SVN will assume everything is okay and set the file as modified at which point you will need to commit the file with whatever route you decided to take.[[email protected] OS trunk]$ cat README /* TODO: Add contents in README file */ [[email protected] OS trunk]$ svn status ?

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