|Rosetta 3.2.1 Release Manual|
Note that all of the topics covered here are also covered on the Rosetta Wiki. This page is a process oriented introduction which leads a beginning user through most of the tasks encountered during normal usage.
Before looking at specific commands it is worth noting that subversion has a good help system directly on the command line. As this screenshot shows calling svn --help displays a pretty extensive list of available commands.
Each command also has a short but pretty comprehensive help statement which can be accessed by issuing the command with the --help flag.
The second command is the cat command. The cat command outputs the contents of a file in the repository to the stdout stream. For example the screenshot below displays the start of readme file in the toplevel of the mini directory.
Notice how the the command places the check files from the repository in the directory you specify. Now while you are making changes to your local copy of the doc/apps directory someone else may checkin changes such as a tutorial for the application they have created. To add the changes they made to your local copy you can use the svn update command.
This page is under Construction. Look at this wiki page for more information https://wiki.rosettacommons.org/index.php/Tools:Subversion