Updating subversion client
This is a quick KDE-specific introduction for using Subversion to access files and software in KDE's repositories.For comprehensive coverage of Subversion we recommend reading the book "Version Control with Subversion".Instead, the full repository is versioned, as a whole.This way, a given revision number represents the state the repository was on a given date.This text is a work in progress—highly subject to change—and may not accurately describe any released version of the Apache™ Subversion® software.Bookmarking or otherwise referring others to this page is probably not such a smart idea. also removes any stale locks (see the section called “Sometimes You Just Need to Clean Up”) found in the working copy.Please see the KDE Git page for more details about git within KDE.
Installing Subversion: instructions on installing the client are not presented here.Refer to your system installation instructions to find out how you can install Subversion. If you are compiling from sources and want to access the KDE repository by https (and not by svn ssh), you will need SSL and ZLIB support, so you will need the The Valgrind application, which is hosted on the KDE repository, but that is not part of KDE itself.Note that newer versions of Valgrind are developed on their own repository.svn: E210002: Network connection closed unexpectedly. that will launch your editor, write there the names of the files you want to ignore, one file per line.Once you are done, do a commit so the ignored list file gets updated on the server.