[svnbook] r4073 committed - Read-thru edits....
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Thu Sep 8 10:58:44 CDT 2011
Author: cmpilato at gmail.com
Date: Thu Sep 8 08:57:46 2011
Log: Read-thru edits.
(svn.tour.help): Update 'svn help' output.
(svn.tour.initial): Update the 'What Is This .svn Directory?'
sidebar, including giving it a new name.
(svn.tour.history.browsing.list): Update 'svn list' output, and
don't use svn.collab.net in the examples.
--- /trunk/en/book/ch02-basic-usage.xml Tue Sep 6 14:02:35 2011
+++ /trunk/en/book/ch02-basic-usage.xml Thu Sep 8 08:57:46 2011
@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@
$ svn help
-Subversion command-line client, version 1.6.13.
+Subversion command-line client, version 1.7.0.
Type 'svn help <subcommand>' for help on a specific subcommand.
Type 'svn --version' to see the program version and RA modules
or 'svn --version --quiet' to see just the version number.
@@ -279,16 +279,16 @@
$ svn list file:///var/svn/single-project-repo
$ svn list file:///var/svn/multi-project-repo
$ svn list file:///var/svn/multi-project-repo/project-A
@@ -427,27 +427,17 @@
- <!-- ### This will change in 1.7 -->
- <title>What's with the .svn Directory?</title>
- <para>Every directory in a working copy contains an
- administrative area—a subdirectory named
- <filename>.svn</filename>. Usually, directory listing
- commands won't show this subdirectory, but it is nevertheless
- an important directory. Whatever you do, don't delete or
- change anything in the administrative area! Subversion uses
- that directory and its contents to manage your working
- <para>If you accidentally remove the <filename>.svn</filename>
- subdirectory, the easiest way to fix the problem is to remove
- the entire containing directory (a normal system deletion,
- not <command>svn delete</command>), then run <userinput>svn
- update</userinput> from a parent directory. The Subversion
- client will download the directory you've deleted, with a
- new <filename>.svn</filename> area as well.</para>
+ <title>What Is This .svn Directory?</title>
+ <para>The topmost directory of a working copy—and prior to
+ version 1.7, every versioned subdirectory
+ thereof—contains a special administrative subdirectory
+ named <filename>.svn</filename>. Usually, your operating
+ system's directory listing commands won't show this
+ subdirectory, but it is nevertheless an important directory.
+ Whatever you do, don't delete or change anything in the
+ administrative area! Subversion uses that directory and its
+ contents to manage your working copy.</para>
<para>Notice that in the previous pair of examples, Subversion
@@ -2500,10 +2490,9 @@
-$ svn list http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn
+$ svn list http://svn.example.com/repo/project
@@ -2515,10 +2504,10 @@
-$ svn list -v http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn
+$ svn list -v http://svn.example.com/repo/project
+ 23351 sally Feb 05 13:26 ./
20620 harry 1084 Jul 13 2006 README
23339 harry Feb 04 01:40 branches/
- 21282 sally Aug 27 09:41 developer-resources/
23198 harry Jan 23 17:17 tags/
23351 sally Feb 05 13:26 trunk/
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