[Biococoa-dev] svn and beginner questions
gorazd_1957 at yahoo.ca
Wed Jun 28 16:27:22 EDT 2006
Yes and it worked no problem. The only funny thing was, that the
server asked me for a password 2 times if I remember correctly. And I
am quite certain that I typed it in correctly, since I typed it "one
finger at the time." Anyway, I have the project and I can learn svn
commands, I boookmarked the svn red-bean book in Safari to have it
handy. One question though, is XCode communicating with my "working
copy" or with repository on bioinformatics? If I add to repository
through XCode for instance, is it adding locally or on the site as
well? I don't want to make a mess there until I am sure I am doing it
Thanks and have a nice day,
On 28-Jun-06, at 3:20 PM, Peter Schols wrote:
> Hi Gorazd,
> Have you tried checking out code through the command line (using
> the terminal)?
> best wishes,
> On 28 Jun 2006, at 12:50, Gorazd Krosl wrote:
>> As a new member and beginner with svn, I have a few
>> (probably dumb) questions. I have been able to
>> download the project using svn svn+ssh://.... however,
>> using the svnX is not permitting me to do it. It is
>> returning "access denied" error despite I have
>> provided it with my user name and password. I am
>> probably missing something very obvious, so any
>> pointers will be greatly appreciated.
>> Second, since this is my very first time working in a
>> collaboration, I would like to know what is the proper
>> procedure when I for instance create new class or
>> something simmilar and would like to put it in for a
>> group to see. Do I commit directly, ask Peter for
>> permission (review) or what?
>> Sorry for these questions, but as you can see, I am a
>> beginner. You do not need to hold my hand, just point
>> me to where policies are written.
>> Thanks for patience and have a nice day,
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