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TortoiseSVN 1.7 by Lesley A. Harrison

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Time for action - committing changes to a repository

  1. After you have finished editing the files that you want to change in the project, save the files and open the project folder. You should see a red exclamation mark on the icon of any files that have been changed.
    Time for action - committing changes to a repository
  2. Right-click inside the folder and choose SVN Commit... (you can also right-click on a specific file, if that is the only file you wish to commit).
  3. When the Commit dialog box appears, enter a note in the Message: text box explaining the changes you have made to the file.
    Time for action - committing changes to a repository
  4. Notice that the ...

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