Check out a working copy from a repository. Select folder and checkout. Map repository folder to a local folder on your computer. All files folders will be copied over to your local folder. The folder will be marked with a green checkout icon. You can now edit files and commit changes back to repository.
Adding an existing Visual Studio project to Git BitBucket using Sourcetree. Create new repository in BitBucket.org. Create new working folder on local computer. Using BitBucket Sourcetree app, create new project by clone. Clone BitBucket repository (https:// account01 @bitbucket.org/account01/project01.git) to local working folder (c:\git\project01). Add .gitattributes and .gitignore files to root of working folder. Add Files... » read more
Periodically, you should ensure that changes done by others get incorporated in your local working copy. The process of getting changes from the server to your local copy is known as updating. Updating may be done on single files, a set of selected files, or recursively on entire directory hierarchies. To update, select the files... » read more
To obtain a working copy you need to do a checkout from a repository. Select a directory in windows explorer where you want to place your working copy. Right click to pop up the context menu and select the command TortoiseSVN → Checkout…, which brings up a dialog box: URL: of repository: URL of repository folder. Checkout directory: Location of folder on... » read more
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TortoiseSVN is an Apache™ Subversion (SVN)® client, implemented as a Windows shell extension. It’s intuitive and easy to use, since it doesn’t require the Subversion command line client to run. And it is free to use, even in a commercial environment. Simply the coolest Interface to (Sub)Version Control! https://tortoisesvn.net/downloads.html https://www.visualsvn.com/server/