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Subversion Version Control: Using The Subversion Version Control System in Development Projects by William Nagel

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Chapter 5. Working with a Working Copy

The primary users of Subversion will almost certainly be developers who interact with Subversion through a client program that connects to a remote repository. They will not deal, on a day-to-day basis, with any sort of server-side administration, nor will they be responsible in most cases for configuring the layout of the repository or assigning permissions to other users. They will need to deal with the fine details of modifying and maintaining source code that resides within the repository. In Part II, you will learn those details—the ins and outs of working with Subversion from the client user’s perspective.

The framework that the developer works within, when interacting with Subversion, is a working copy ...

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