The ones mentioned earlier by Lewis  is not that bad in my oppinion.
IF you understand german (sorry for that) you can start by reading 
which helped me a lot in "the early days"... It is not complete but a
good starter. You can find a lot about SVN in web, but as I feel the
first few steps are a problem. IF you are using linux or other unix,
I strongly recommend to install svn package, then you get the 'svn'
command for your shell. Whit this you can use e.g. 'svn help' to get
the first clue. SVN uses its own "language" YOU HAVE TO understand words
like 'checkout', 'commit', 'diff', 'patch',
'merge', 'prop', ...
1. learn about 'svn checkout' or 'svn co' which simply creates a local
copy to work with on your computer (later you can use 'svn update'
but be careful since this does not overwrite changes you made, e.g.
if you want to go back to the orignal version of a file you will
have to delete if before updateing)
2. if you have changed something within that local copy you can use
'svn commit' or 'svn ci' to send that changes to the web/repository.
3. try to learn more about svn as you need it, e.g. I used SVN for about
6 months or more with these two commands only! more advanced things
like 'propset' or else are important if you create your own SVN repo
on the web from nothing - but if you are "just commiting patches"
1. and 2. should be all you need (more or less)
Hope this helps to get started.... somehow... ;)
There are pitfalls, but essentially nothing is lost in a SVN repo,
everything can be undone if needed... So don't be afraid... :))
Am 16.01.2011 13:24, schrieb Bináris:
Then teach me, please. Is there a manual?
2011/1/16 Dr. Trigon <dr.trigon(a)surfeu.ch <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>>
the opposite hold for me: I _know_ how to commit but I also _know_
that do not have access... ;)
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