Install a test SVN server at home
ben at meyerhome.net
Thu May 5 11:41:54 BST 2005
On Thursday 05 May 2005 9:48 am, Jesper K. Pedersen wrote:
> If you wanna play with SVN, then it might be an idea to install a test SVN
> "server" on your own machine.
> You do this simply by running
> svnadmin create /home/me/mysvn-server (update path to your liking)
> Next cd into a directory you want to play with in the server, and do:
> svn import file:///home/me/mysvn-server/trunk
> you may also want to do
> svn mkdir file:///home/me/mysvn-server/branches if you want to play with
> finally, you may check out a version of your new files:
> svn co file:///home/me/mysvn-server/trunk/...
I in fact did that last night :) For those who are interested I came across
this website which was able to quickly get me through it.
Public Key: http://www.icefox.net/public_key.asc
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