[SvnBook] #66: [PATCH] Hanchrow review [appa:appb]

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#66: [PATCH] Hanchrow review [appa:appb]
 Reporter:  cmpilato     |       Owner:  nobody
     Type:  enhancement  |      Status:  new   
 Priority:  normal       |   Milestone:  1.5   
Component:  content      |     Version:        
 Keywords:               |  
 From: Eric Hanchrow <offby1 at blarg.net>

 Index: appa-quickstart.xml
 --- appa-quickstart.xml (revision 2737)
 +++ appa-quickstart.xml (working copy)
 @@ -42,7 +42,7 @@
        package built for your operating system.  Subversion's website
        (<ulink url="http://subversion.tigris.org"/>) often has these
        packages available for download, posted by volunteers.  The site
 -      usually contains graphical installer packages for users of
 +      also usually contains graphical installer packages for users of
        Microsoft operating systems.  If you run a Unix-like operating
        system, you can use your system's native package distribution
        system (RPMs, DEBs, the ports tree, etc.) to get
 @@ -65,7 +65,7 @@
        software, you can also get the Subversion source code from the
        Subversion repository in which it lives.  Obviously, you'll need
        to already have a Subversion client on hand to do this.  But
 -      once you do, you can checkout a working copy of the Subversion
 +      once you do, you can check out a working copy of the Subversion
        repository from <ulink
          <para>Note that the URL checked out in the example above
 @@ -85,7 +85,7 @@

 -    <para>The above command will checkout the bleeding-edge, latest
 +    <para>The above command will check out the bleeding-edge, latest
        version of the Subversion source code into a subdirectory
        named <filename>subversion</filename> in your current working
        directory.  Obviously, you can adjust that last argument as
 @@ -117,6 +117,8 @@
        understanding of Subversion's typical usage.</para>

 +      <!-- it also assumes that you're using Unix, since the examples
 +      use e.g. "ls" instead of "dir". -->
        <para>The examples used in this appendix assume that you have
          <command>svn</command>, the Subversion command-line client,
          and <command>svnadmin</command>, the administrative tool,
 Index: appb-svn-for-cvs-users.xml
 --- appb-svn-for-cvs-users.xml  (revision 2737)
 +++ appb-svn-for-cvs-users.xml  (working copy)
 @@ -337,7 +337,8 @@
        biggest mental hurdle a CVS user will need to climb.  Read all
        about it in <xref linkend="svn.branchmerge"/>.</para>

 +    <!-- not sure this should be a warning, since accidentally
 +    checking out the whole doesn't risk data loss. -->
        <para>Since Subversion treats branches and tags as ordinary
          directories, always remember to check out the

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