I’ve been trying to get the hang of how SVN works, and to be able to commit to the repository on for a few weeks now, and finally succeeded – YAY!

The tools I’m now using are the PuTTY applications (this nice U3 app package), TortoiseSVN and Zend Studio. Subversion allows you to do a whole variety of nice things, and I probably won’t be able to grasp how I could ever have worked without it a few months from now.

I had a lot of problems with getting all settings right, mainly cause of some tutorials that just omitted some important step, or where unclear about some stuff. Since I had never worked with SVN, PuTTY or YotroiseSVN before, I did not notice that. This tutorial helped me out though.

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