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You probably want to look at this page instead if you want to check out current development code. Between and , Stellarium used Subversion on the sourceforge site for it's revision control system. All Subversion revisions were imported into Bazaar. Before , Stellarium used CVS on the sourceforge site for it's revision control system.

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New chapters on the Model View architecture and custom widgets. The new plugin download interface, hooked into wp-plugins. There are a number of detailed SVN guides available, as well as an entire online book. But for casual plugin developers wanting to get the benefits of using the system most of the information is over detailed or not specific to the wp-plugins. This tutorial covers adding and updating plugins through the wp-plugins.

Before uploading code you need to create the repository for it on the SVN Subversion server. Thankfully, this is done for you by the WordPress sytem. To set up a new repository for your plugin simple follow the steps below:. Once this is done your plugin will be checked by the admins and the repository space will be created on the wp-plugins.

There are a number of methods available for accessing a Subversion repository from GUI based applications to command line. However, regardless of the software used the processes for interacting with the SVN are the same. It has a bizarre interface but it works effectively and features shell integration. This follows the standard form:. There are a few basic concepts you need to get your head around to use SVN for plugin development.

The different folders branches , tags , and the trunk , along with the development process using update and commit. Trunk is where you do the major development for your plugin. Your trunk repository should contain the latest, greatest, in development code.

Your editing takes place here with updates being added to this location regularly. Tags contain snapshots of your code, frozen in time.

For this reason you commonly use tags to mark releases — e. Once the tag is created see later you can then continue to develop the trunk code knowing a stable, permanent and more importantly working is available for download.

For this reason it is not a good idea to edit or modify tags once created — to do this create a branch. Branches are effectively tags which continue to be developed. These are useful when you need to develop two or more versions of your code in parallel, for example one version compatible with WordPress v1. Update and Commit are the two central processes in version management. During commit SVN will report changes and conflicts between your local copy and the remote version stored on the SVN server.

If you are developing a larger project, you may want to read up on version control. This is only a basic introduction to SVN concepts. You can upload these files to your SVN as they are, but there are a couple of additional files you will want to add for GPL compliance and WordPress plugin download compatibility.

First of all, download a copy of the the GPL license and save this in the folder with your plugin. You may want to have a read of it first to check that you agree to the terms, but remember than GPL compliance is a requirement for hosting on wp-plugins SVN. This file contains information about your plugin to be displayed to visitors. An example file is available , along with a validator to check before upload. This links your local folder to the remote repository.

When you do this your SVN software will read the directory and may indicate which files are not currently in the repository which should be all of them. Because you currently have the repository checked out, the changes you have made will not be reflected on the remote server.

In order to apply the changes, simply commit the directory back to the repository — you may also want to add a comment to indicate the changes made. Your files are now in the SVN and can be downloaded. In between these steps there are various checks e. More information about resolving conflicts is available from the SVN book. Before developing your plugins you want to check out the current version from your repository. If you are developing your plugin single-handedly on a local installation this may seem like an unnecessary step — and in many ways it is.

It is only necessary if you believe that someone else could have updated the files in the repository e. Note, if you elect not to check out the code you will receive a warning if there are any conflicts when you come to re-upload.

At this point you can resolve them as neccessary. Now you can edit your files and fix your plugin as you like — this part of development will be no different to developing software without SVN.

You may also want to keep your readme. Installation instructions which do not match the release can be a big headache for users. This is simple a case of checking in committing the changes from your local files to the repository. Most GUI systems allow you to do this in one go, applying the change to an entire folder. The system should check the files and identify which if any have changed.

These files should be flagged to allow you to confirm that you want to apply the changes to the remote repository. If there are any conflicts your system should notify you of these now and allow you to fix them either manually or by dropping one set of changes. You can also add a comment at this point to indicate the changes you have made.

This is useful on multi-developer projects for keeping track of who is doing what and when. You may also want to add comments so you can see when different changes were made — for example if you want to work back through previous modifications. Once the files have been committed you can exit the repository, content in the knowledge your files are safe. Once you have developed your plugin to the point where you feel ready to release a new version, check it. Below is a list of recommended steps for testing a plugin release:.

Now the plugin is ready to go you are ready to tag. Basically, tagging means taking a copy of the current trunk code and freezing it for release purposes. Again the process for doing this will differ from one SVN interface to another, but the basic steps are:. However, if you want this latest tag to appear in the WordPress plugin download system you need to let it know the tag is available and is the latest version. Next to this you need to add the name of the tag which you have just created and re-save the file.

Once the files are in the SVN there will be a short delay before they show up in the plugin download interface. However, all other tags can be accessed using the standard file format, with x. Note that this second download location, pointing to trunk, is always available to use if you want a permanent download URL which will continue to work throughout release. Note that if you do this you will want to keep trunk as a working copy to avoid unnecessary bug reports.

Stick with it. While SVN can seem an overly complicated system for basic plugin development, if you learn the basics above it should fit easily into your development cycle. You will probably want to specify the standardised name here, e.

Description is a short outline of what your plugin is and does. Homepage is the URL of the plugins own page on your site. This is option but is useful for admins to check the suitability of the plugin. Accessing Your Repository There are a number of methods available for accessing a Subversion repository from GUI based applications to command line. Repository Folders Trunk is where you do the major development for your plugin.

Check Out Update Before developing your plugins you want to check out the current version from your repository. Make Changes Now you can edit your files and fix your plugin as you like — this part of development will be no different to developing software without SVN. Tagging for Download Testing Once you have developed your plugin to the point where you feel ready to release a new version, check it.

Below is a list of recommended steps for testing a plugin release: Test the plugin on your local installation. Test again on your remote setup.

Test the plugin with all other plugins disabled. Test the plugin with all your other plugins enabled. Install on a pristine WordPress install. Tagging Now the plugin is ready to go you are ready to tag. Once complete simply check-in the readme.

Downloading Plugins Once the files are in the SVN there will be a short delay before they show up in the plugin download interface. Finally… Stick with it.

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Working copies MUST be accessible via local paths. First of all you must create a working copy of your repository. Inside the following dialog you must select the URL of the repository you want to use, e. Subfolders of a repository are possible, too, e. Last but not least, the revision to checkout.

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Make social videos in an instant: use custom templates to tell the right story for your business. You need a password to follow the RapidSVN client instructions although you can access the source through the web-based Trac client. The Subversion server can be set up in various ways. Ours is one of the simpler arrangements.

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