Talk:Using Subversion for Source Control with the Source SDK

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From the page:

Using the Command Line
1.Check out vendor/sourcesdk/current/ from your repository. In this new working copy, delete all the files and directories but don't
But don't what? :) --Bluestrike 14:04, 30 July 2009 (UTC)
But don't delete the .svn folders/files?--Robber9000 02:36, 9 August 2009 (UTC)

dont delete the stuff mentioned on line 2 --omdt

It's surely something like 'don't delete the .svn folders/files' as this will screw the working copy. Actually I think it's best to not to delete any directories at all as this will remove the contained .svn dirs as well. Can't test/confirm this now, but if no one has concerns about this I'll edit the page accordingly soon. --Alcatraz 16:13, 9 June 2010 (UTC)

I need to know how to merge this code with tourtouise

i dont understand how to merge with command line -- omdt

Updating SDK with TortoiseSVN

It's only taken me a year and a half, but I've finally gotten that part of the article written, now that I've actually had to update something in a vendor branch via TortoiseSVN. However, I'm not as comfortable with it as I was with the command line, so your mileage may vary with the instructions. Developer beware. --coldacid (talk|contrib) 04:08, 7 February 2011 (UTC)