The following short instructions apply to setting up SVN on a root server or anything equivalent. In the actual case, I used a Host Europe Virtual Server Linux 3.0 package.

  1. Get the SVN documentation from here. All references in this list refer to the English PDF version of it. You will only need it for reference.
  2. For the rest, see these excellent instructions.
  3. Note: When you initially share your project in Eclipse, add files and directories to “svn:ignore” using the corresponding menu item in the “Synchronize” view before the first commit. If you just leave out these files in the first commit and add them to svn:ignore later, a conflict at these files’ parent directory occurs.

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