Subversion mini tutorial

$ svn checkout [http://svnhosting.org:8000/svn/ranchtronix](http://svnhosting.org:8000/svn/ranchtronix)
$ cd ranchtronix
$ ls
README  avr  index.html

<< create a test file >>
$ cat > testfile.txt
this

is

a

test

<< subversion doesn't know about it yet >>
$ svn stat testfile.txt
?      testfile

<< tell subversion about it >>

<< note that this doesn't touch the repository yet >>

$ svn add testfile.txt
A         testfile.txt

<< commit it to the repository.  At this point svn may ask you for a username/password >>
$ svn commit testfile.txt --message "Initial checkin"
Adding         testfile.txt
Authentication realm: <http://svnhosting.org:8000>; Subversion Repository
Password for 'mike': <-- press enter here to get a chance to use a different username
Authentication realm: <http://svnhosting.org:8000>; Subversion Repository
Username: mccabe
Password for 'mccabe': <password here>
Transmitting file data .
Committed revision 11.

<< change testfile.txt >>
$ cat > testfile.txt
this

is really not

a

test

<< Ask subversion what's different >>
<< NOTE this doesn't touch the repository >>
$ svn diff testfile.txt
Index: testfile.txt
===================================================================
--- testfile.txt        (revision 11)
+++ testfile.txt        (working copy)
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@

this

-is
+is really not

a

<< commit my changes to the repository >>
$ svn commit testfile.txt --message "Amend intentions"
Sending        testfile.txt
Transmitting file data .
Committed revision 12.

<< At this point, somebody else makes some changes. >>

$ svn up testfile.txt 
U  testfile.txt
Updated to revision 13.
$cat testfile.txt
this

is really not

a big

test