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Xcode 4 iOS Development by Steven F. Daniel

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Time for action – configuring the Subversion repository

Now that you have successfully created a Subversion repository, it is time for us to add our project to source code management:

  1. Launch Xcode from the /Xcode4/Applications folder.
  2. Select Organizer from the Window menu or press Shift + Command + 2.
  3. Click on the Add (+) button and then select Add Repository to create a new repository. This will bring up the Add a Repository dialog window from where you specify the name of the repository configuration that you would like to create.
  4. Enter in a suitable name for the repository. I have chosen GS SVN Repository.
  5. In the Location box, type the location of the repository, which we created previously. This will need to be in URI format, which is the folder ...

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