Updating wordpress with subversion

This results in some important differences from a centralized system: SVN or Subversion is Centralized Version Control (CVCS) tool and belongs to second generation of Version Control tools.It was developed in 2000 and at this moment maintained by Apache.DISCLAIMER: If you use svn from the command line, this post is possibly irrelevant for you.Possibly, you have found that post in a search engine, because you have had problems when doing refactoring in eclipse in a project checked out via svn.What kind of problems could there be, you might ask. So, here are my best practices: If you somehow break the synchronization between your project and the repository, back up your copy, delete your copy (NOT the backup) afterwards, check out the repository again and join the checked out and the backed up version manually.

To do this the installer itself must run with elevated privileges AND the Custom Action must run with elevated privileges.Rather than a single, central repository on which clients synchronize, each peer’s working copy of the codebase is a bona-fide repository.Distributed revision control conducts synchronization by exchanging patches (change-sets) from peer to peer.Revision control, also known as version control, source control or software configuration management (SCM), is the management of changes to documents, programs, and other information stored as computer files.Version control systems provide the ability to track (and potentially revert) incremental changes to files, reporting them to a mailing list as they are made, and can be used concurrently by many developers.