HoriAsso - Set up notes
- Choose a "short name" for the project. The short name "HoriAsso" may not be perfect, but it definitely beats my first choice, "HorAss".
- Make a wiki-home for the project, for example by copying and modifying the wiki home of this project.
- Set up http passwords for the project participants; on katlas type
htpasswd /www/.htpasswd karenechu
(or something similar).
- Set up a subversion repository. On katlas:
cd /home/svn su -l svn svnadmin create ./HoriAsso chmod -R g+w HoriAsso
- Externally connect to the repository and create a trunk directory, just to see that everything works.
- To install TortoiseSVN for Windows:
- Go to TortoiseSVN Download Page
- Download the .msi file for the appropriate architecture, in my case the file TortoiseSVN-22.214.171.12492-svn-1.3.2.msi for i386 architecture.
- The downloaded package appears as a Windows Installer Package. Open it, accept license, and follow the installer instructions (mostly clicking next and finish). Restart the computer.
- TortoiseSVN is now in the Start->Program menu.
- To use TortoiseSVN:
- Open Windows Explorer. Right-click on the folder which contains the code, and click on Repository Browser.
- Enter the URL of the repository (http://katlas.math.toronto.edu/svn/HoriAsso)
- To install Subversion for Max OS X:
- Download the latest version of Subversion for Mac here.
- Check MD5 sum to ensure download is not corrupt by
and check that the result is the same as given on the download page.
- Open the Subversion Client 1.3.1 disk image, read README.txt, and open the SubversionClient-1.3.1 installer package.
- In the installer window, follow the simple instructions (i.e., select which disk (the hard disk in my case) to install on and click some constinues and finish!)
- To use subversion on Mac OS X:
- Read the quick start guide.
- Imported my code into the repository by
svn import path/to/my/code/on/local/computer http://repository/address -m "Initial import"