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(What is SVN?)
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==What is SVN?==
 
==What is SVN?==
Subversion is a framework or versioning control system used for Scribus. As such, it allows multiple developers to contribute to the Scribus source code simultaneously. Check the Subversion page for further details on how to use this tool. On your computer, subversion is a program you must have to interact with the Scribus repository (the server where the source code is located). Therefore, you must have svn installed. Most users, those not contributing to Scribus, will need only 2 commands, ''svn checkout'', which has a short form of ''svn co'', and ''svn update'', which has a short form of ''svn up''.
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Subversion is a framework or versioning control system used for Scribus. As such, it allows multiple developers to contribute to the Scribus source code simultaneously. Check the Subversion page for further details on how to use this tool. On your computer, subversion is a program you must have to interact with the Scribus repository (the server where the source code is located). Therefore, you must have svn installed. Most users, those not contributing to Scribus, will need only 2 commands, '''''svn checkout''''', which has a short form of '''''svn co''''', and '''''svn update''''', which has a short form of '''''svn up'''''.
  
 
==SVN on Linux/BSD==
 
==SVN on Linux/BSD==

Revision as of 15:22, 4 December 2016

What is SVN?

Subversion is a framework or versioning control system used for Scribus. As such, it allows multiple developers to contribute to the Scribus source code simultaneously. Check the Subversion page for further details on how to use this tool. On your computer, subversion is a program you must have to interact with the Scribus repository (the server where the source code is located). Therefore, you must have svn installed. Most users, those not contributing to Scribus, will need only 2 commands, svn checkout, which has a short form of svn co, and svn update, which has a short form of svn up.

SVN on Linux/BSD

SVN on MacOS

SVN on Windows