svn co file:///home/svn/respositorywhere repository is the name of your repository. Note you can type
ls /home/svnto see the full list of repositories.
svn commit -m "reformatted code"The quotes are required.
Other useful commands include
svnadmin create XYZto create a repository called XYZ in your current directory. Suppose your username is "tammy" and you want to create a repository named "homework" in in a subdirectory "etc"; then you'd type
To access a copy from your home directory:
To access it from some other computer, use the URL
Others will not be able to access the repository unless you grant them access using chmod or access control lists. You can use access control lists (see the man pages on setfacl and getfacl) to share your repository with others. Note the user will need to have a login on Io; if they don't, contact the system administrators (currently hasker and scanlan). The system administrators can also set up groups to simplify access when warranted.