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4.11 Summary

In this chapter, you have walked through most everything that you will encounter in day-to-day interaction with a Subversion repository. The first few sections walked through the basics of creating a repository, including how to get the initial files into a repository and how to check out a working copy of the repository. After that, you learned the basics of editing files and committing changes, followed by some more advanced techniques such as branching and merging. Finally, you saw how to manually merge conflicts that Subversion can't handle automatically.

This ends Part I of the book. Now that you've gone through a thorough introduction to what Subversion is and how it works, Part II will delve in depth into the workings of Subversion from the point of view of a user of the Subversion client.

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