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 It's 2005. If you don't start every project by creating a repository in a version control program, then it's probably for one of the following reasons:

  • You never learned how to use version control (and you are probably ashamed of this fact)
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 There are a couple of ways to interface with svn in emacs, one of which uses the existing VC-mode, the other can be grabbed from /u/vandurme/local/lib/emacs/site-lisp/psvn/psvn.el. See the top of that file for instructions on use.

-- BenjaminVanDurme - 20 Dec 2005

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A Short Summary of Basic Commands

Basic svn Commands:

svn up - update your working copy - you should do this before committing anything

svn commit - commit your changes

svn add - add new files that you've created

svn rm - remove files no longer needed

svn stat - lists all files and whether they are M - modified / A - added/ C - in conflict/ ? - status unknown

svn revert - changes your local file back to whatever is in the repository

svn log - lists changes log file

svn resolved - after you fix a conflict you need to use this on the file before you can commit

-- copied from McGill Soot wiki page by ChenDing - 7 Mar 2008

 
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