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Thu Mar 29 14:44:33 UTC 2007
Apple has a handy page on it.
Although there's a bit of realestate on that page devoted to
installing apache/webdav/svn from source, I'd recommend installing
the trio via macports.
The rest of the article is till handy though.
There is always, of course, the online book:
It's big, but it most assuredly will have all that you need.
On Mar 29, 2007, at 10:19 AM, Ethan H. Darling wrote:
> I'm new to Textmate (and just about everything else), and I just
> finished reading the Textmate book (some sections got a thorough
> once-twice-thrice-over). Very good book, now I'm hooked on Textmate.
> I'm just an amateur web developer looking to increase my skill and
> knowledge. Textmate has been a great companion as It allows me to
> get out of Dreamweaver and into the code, but I find that I have
> lost some of the "project management" features of Dreamweaver. ie,
> being able to transparently upload completed development files from
> within the application. (Sure I can still get it done with
> Transmit, but it is clunky.) I searched the textmate discussions
> and wiki and came away with the conclusion that SVN is the answer.
> Problem is I know nothing about SVN... or where to start.
> So, my question is... "What is SVN, can I really use it to manage
> a production website, and what is the best place, resource, book to
> get information on how to install, configure, and use it?" Sounds
> dumb right. Well we all have to start somewhere.
> (I googled it and found more information than I can shake-a-stick
> at. So I thought that I would ask a smaller community that may
> better understand my situation and give a little more intelligent
> mac-oriented feedback.)
> For new threads USE THIS: textmate at lists.macromates.com
> (threading gets destroyed and the universe will collapse if you don't)
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