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Install Tortoise SVN Client & Checkin/Checkout a Project
Tortoise SVN client is a free software under GNU license. It gives a graphical user interface to access and work with most of the SVN server. It is a handy tool and very easy to learn.In this page, we will walk through on installing the Tortoise SVN client, and using this software we will check out and check in a project in CollabNet SVN server
Tortoise SVN Client Installation:
Step-1: Double click the downloaded file
Step-2: The installation wizard opens on the screen, Click Next
Step-3: Click Next
Step-4: Make sure to select all, Click the combo box on each package and select all and click Next.
Step-5: Click Install to begin the installation, Click Yes if any pop-ups display on the Window
Step-6: Click Finish to complete the installation
Check-out a Project
In the SVN Checkout Wizard, Enter the repository URL and click the button right next to it. It prompts for repository access credentials. .
Enter the username and password (default is admin/admin for CollabNet), Click Ok and again Click Ok
It checkouts the Project HelloWorld into the folder HelloWorld. Go inside to the folder and right click and you will see SVN Update option.This folder is empty because there are no files in the project yet.
Check-In a Project
Now create a text file in the folder
Right click on the folder and click SVN Commit >> You will get the below SVN Commit wizard >> Enable the newly created file and click Ok
The File gets saved in the repository. Click Ok to close the wizard.
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