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To understand Subversion and use these pages effectively, please ensure you have read:
These pages describe the day-to-day usage of Subversion and is a place to turn to when you know approximately what you want to do, but don't quite remember how to do it.
These pages also work as a tutorial. What you will find here are the basics to get you started with Subversion.
For more in-depth information, and to see the many other features Subversion has to offer, refer to the Subversion online instruction book.
- Checking out your project
- Basic usage of Subversion
- Sending changes to the repository
- Updating your working copy
- Resolving conflicts
- Examine changes
- Making changes
- Blame - who changed which line?
These pages should give you a good grounding in how to use Subversion.
A full command line list can be found on the Subversion On-line instruction book.
If you are having problems using Subversion, you can try the Subversion Troubleshooting pages on the online instruction book, or view the FAQ pages, which will be more specific to problems related to our network.