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Xcode 4 iOS Development by Steven F. Daniel

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Time for action – setting up a local Subversion repository

In this section, we will be looking at how we can use the command line to set up a Subversion repository. We will now start to create a repository, that will be used to house our project revisions:

  1. In your documents folder, create two folders: Master_Projects and Working_Copy by following the commands below:
    cd ~/Documents
    mkdir p Repositories/Master_Projects
    mkdir p Repositories/Working_Copy
    
  2. Next, we will use one of the examples from a previous chapter. Locate the project TapExample from Chapter 7, Exploring the MultiTouch Interface and copy it to the Master_Projects folder.
  3. Open the Terminal utility application using Shift + Command + U. At the command prompt, type in the following command ...

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