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SVN on the team project development

2008年5月14日(水)
Jurgen Langner

Creating your own working copy

 Now to get back to the checking out process of the files from the repository and creating your own working copy we will set up an SVN project at the same time.

 This process is best performed in the PHP perspective, so if you are following along with this paper, switch back to the PHP Perspective and select new from the file menu and then select Other from the resulting menu. This will open the New project wizard and from here you simply open the SVN tree item and select “Projects from SVN” to begin the process.

 After selecting this option the wizard takes you to the check out screen where it will display all the SVN repositories that it knows about and has valid connections to so that you can choose which of them you want to make your working copy out of. Once you select the source of your files to check out and name your project, the actual checking out of the files begin.

 Now that you have the files into your working copy your programmers will be able to do their local work on the project. You should be aware of some other views when you are working on an SVN sourced project within the PHP Perspective. First, Zend Studio for Eclipse knows that you are using the SVN repository so it opens up the console view the first time you perform an action that interfaces with the repository (like a commit).

Console View

 This view is merely the display area where all the SVN activity output is shown. When you do a commit for example you should see something like the figure 2 in the console view.

 As you can see the Comment Template that was defined earlier is used here as well. Other views that you should be aware of are: History, Synchronize, and SVN Annotate. Lets take a quick look at these views and see what they provide to the developer.

 NOTE: to open a view simply click on the window, show view, other menu sequence and the list of all available view will be displayed. Some of the above mentioned views are under the SVN tree and some are under the Team tree.

Zend Technologies
Jurgen Langner is Global Marketing Director at Zend Technologies. In this position he is responsible for Zend’s worldwide Field Marketing Operations. Jurgen primarily focuses on the extension of New Business\\, the positioning of Zend\\, support of the PHP eco system and management of Zend’s large customer base.Jurgen joined Zend as Marketing Director in December 2005 and built up the marketing activities for the national market. Since January 2007 he was additionally responsible for the market communication in Europe\\, Middle East and Africa.

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