Installing TortoiseSVN: Commit Changes

TortoiseSVNThis post is part of the series on installing TortoiseSVN which is I use in the development of WordPress plugins.

Once you’ve finished making the required changes to the plugin, the files need to be uploaded to the plugin repository; the example I am using in this post, is some changes I made to the azurecurve Floating Featured Image plugin.

To upload the changes, right-click on the top-level plugin folder and select SVN Commit:

Right-click SVN Commit

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Installing TortoiseSVN: Checkout from Repository

TortoiseSVNThis post is part of the series on installing TortoiseSVN which is I use in the development of WordPress plugins.

With TortoiseSVN installed, we can connect to an existing plugin repository; in this example I am using my azurecurve Series Index plugin.

After creating the development folder, TortoiseSVN is available from the right-click context menu. Create the development folder, right click and selectSVN Checkout:

Right-click context menu

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Installing TortoiseSVN: Installing

TortoiseSVNThis post is part of the series on installing TortoiseSVN which is I use in the development of WordPress plugins.

The first step in installing TortoiseSVN is to download the latest version. You can download it from the TortoiseSVN website:

TortoiseSVN website

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Installing TortoiseSVN: Series Index

TortoiseSVNDepending on how much of this blog you read, you might be aware that I have been adding functionality by writing pluginsg for WordPress which I have been publishing via the WordPress Plugin Repository.

I did try writing a blog on my Development site, but that didn’t go too well; pretty much a case of out of sight, out of mind. I have some things I want to blog about, so will be posting them here.

The first of these is an installation of TortoiseSVN which I used to upload/download updates to plugins I’ve developed.

Over the course of this series, I’ll be installing TortoiseSVN, connecting to a plugin repsitory and committing changes made.

Installing TortoiseSVN
Installing
Checkout from Repository
Commit Changes