wiki:SubVersion

Subversion is no longer used, the team has switched to Git

Subversion is used for version control; the repositories are stored in /home/svn. Repositories are accessed securely from subversion clients (such as NetBeans) using the URL:

Separate repositories are used for each sub-team that does not need to share code with other sub-teams (e.g. gameapp, sensors, etc.). Experiments should be done using the test repository.

Creating a repository:

sudo svnadmin create /home/svn/myrepo
sudo chown -R root:swdev /home/svn/myrepo/db
sudo chmod -R g+w        /home/svn/myrepo/db
sudo chown -R root:swdev /home/svn/myrepo/locks
sudo chmod -R g+w        /home/svn/myrepo/locks

After creating a repository, add it to Trac using the web interface. If there is data in the repository already, you may need to execute the following command:

sudo trac-admin /var/local/trac repository resync "myrepo"

You may also need to add a post-commit hook in the repository to call:

trac-admin /var/local/trac changeset added "myrepo" $REV

For more information see: http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.7/svn.reposadmin.create.html

Adding a project

To create a project within a repository using the command line, on your local computer:

  • create project dir myproj w/sub-dirs: tags, branches, trunk
  • create/copy your project under myproj/trunk (see example helloc project in test repository)
  • cd myproj
  • svn import svn+ssh://jupiter2.raidtech.net/<repositoryname> -m "initial import"

You can also usually create projects using the subversion client in your IDE.

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