SVN is a version control system often used by programmers to keep track of versions or changes of code. It makes it easy collaborate on code projects and keep a backup of every change you’ve made. Following are some common tasks you may need to perform.
This copies files from your trunk folder in SVN to a folder on your local computer. The folder on your local computer is your “working copy” where you make changes.
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Creating a branch in SVN is like creating a copy of a folder. The command line command is
$ svn copy svn+ssh://host.example.com/repos/project/trunk \
-m "Creating a branch of project"
but if you do it in SmartSVN, it’s shown below.
Just make sure you don’t create a folder in your branches folder and then copy the contents of your origin folder into your newly-created branch folder. That would result in a separate branch for each folder within your origin folder as opposed to one branch of your entire origin folder.