Ok, I've been learning GIT and SVN past few weeks. Managed to grasp what GIT can do (simply amazing) and got it set up, along with Drush for my Drupal installs to sync my multi-installations. But I just can't figure out how to understand SVN for some of my companies older sites.
On my local machine, I installed xCode with the command line tools to get svn v1.6.18 install and have a svn v1.6.12 repo already set up on the web server with ssh access.
On my local machine, I tried creating a new repo and always get the error:
svn: warning: '.' is not a working copy. Try doing anything I get that. Followed some tutorials and most of them want me to do
svnadmin. Which isn't even a working command.
Feel like I'm missing something so darn simple (like a
subversion works with a central repo <> git which has several repos => you checkout the central repo from your server and once your changes have been implemented, you commit them back to the central repo on the server. There's no 'local pushing' as there is in GIT.