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Re: [Xylo-SDR] Use of Tortoise SVN
It really is pretty simple, although I guess I'm missing some of the finer
Once installed, and the address entered, all anyone really has to do is
right click my computer and choose on "Tortise Browser> a dropdown list of
servers appears click on that directory. It comes up as if it was on your
local machine. For those of us with R/W privs we have complete control. For
those with read privs only they can view or download the file but can't
I had Dale create a section for each board off the root. I moved the
Lionheart VSD to the Lionheart folder. Would be great to just do some
learning on our diagrammatic sketches. Dale said he would replace the IP
denoted servername with a more 'friendly' name.
I was going to create a visio for the Atlas, but found the computer here
with Visio on it is still flakey. Spent all weekend on building up/rapairing
2 computers, but should have my development computer re-worked shortly.
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Subject: [Xylo-SDR] Use of Tortoise SVN
I'd be very pleased to use Tortoise SVN and keep all of my design files
So far I've blundered through using it and I'm sure I'm not getting more
a few % of the real value of it use.
I'm going to claim that I am too busy to stop and learn it thoroughly and
hopefully my deliverables to date substantiate that!
What would be great if someone could but together a very simple guide as to
its use in the form of a simple step-by-step set of instructions.
I'm sure that when I start using it in earnest I'll wonder how I ever
73's Phil... VK6APH
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