Steps to initialise an SVN repository on the Local Computer :
- Download TortoiseSVN from http://tortoisesvn.net.
Make sure you select the "command line client tools"!
- Download WinMerge from http://winmerge.org/downloads
install WinMerge with these options checked:
- Create a New Repository:
a new folder to contain the SVN repository where all source
versions are stored. If
versioning several projects, you might wish to create a separate folder
- RightClick on the folders and select TortoiseSVN
Create repository here
the “Repository created” dialog appears, click:
to create the SVN controlled directory for your source files:
You are now ready to copy sourcefiles into the Source
create your programsources in it.
a new directory or select an empty existing Folder, Rightclick
the folder and select: SVN
Select the matching repository folder and click: OK
and committing sourcefiles.
- Rightclick the files, or the entire folder, and select TortoiseSVN\Add
to start the versioning for the file(s).
- To commit your changes to the SVN repository you
RightMouseClick on the
file and select: SVN
Commit ... and click OK
SciTE4AutoIt3 menus/keyboard shortcuts and AutoIt3Wrapper
directives for adding, committing, and seeing the differences between
Menu items and Keyboard shortcuts:
sure the Versioning tools within SciTE are activated – open SciTEConfig
and check on the <Tools Selection> tab that they are.
first time you use a Versioning tool you will be prompted for
thelocation of SVN.exe if it is not found in the default TortoiseSN
Update Source> / F12
- Commit the current file in SciTE. The file needs to be in a Source
folder (see above for details of how to create such a folder). If the
files has not previously been versioned it will be automatically Added
to the Repository.
Diff Source> / Alt+F12
- Retrieve the last committed source from the repository and run
WinMerge to show changes between it and the current file.
these directives to your script and then compiling will prompt you to
increase the version number and to add comments before committing the
source file to the repository:
those using Versioning for the first time.
Guide To Version Control explains the basics of versioning,
e-book offers an in-depth look at how the SVN engine