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WordPress Plugin Development Cookbook by Yannick Lefebvre

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Committing changes to a Subversion repository

During the course of a project, plugin files will typically be created, modified, or deleted. These changes should be transmitted regularly to the Subversion repository to have proper backups of all files in a project. A good practice is to commit changes at least once a day, with more frequent commit operations taking place when specific milestones are reached in the implementation of a plugin's features.

This recipe indicates how to manage file creation, modification, and deletion operations to keep everything organized and mirrored in the Subversion repository.

Getting ready

You should have already installed a Subversion client, created a local repository, and imported and checked out files before ...

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