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The Steps
=== Step 3 - Get some work done ===
Now that you have a local copy of the source code, the real magic begins. First I'll give a quick explanation those funny icons all over the place. The green check mark means the code has not been changed and is the same as it was when you pulled it out of the repository. The red exclamation icon means you have changed the data and that it no longer matches whats in the repository, this is not a problem obviously, unless of course you don't commit it when your done, then complications can arise. You may also see a gray bar, this means one of your group members has set that file or folder to not get updated when the code is committed, usually because it is unimportant junk like the debug file.<br /> OK moving on. Every time you go to do some work on the code, first goto the outermost folder of your repository data and right-click on it, click SVN Update. This will get the most recent batch of source code from the repository so that you don't end up having conflicts when you goto commit. Once you've done that, you are free to start working.
=== Step 4 - Where to work and how to work it ===
So now you are looking at your local data, and you see trunk, branch, and tag, and you think wtf. Simplest thing to do is completely ignore branch and tag, as of right now they are not really important, so just pretend they don't exist and jump straight into the trunk folder. Bam, there is all your group's code sitting there waiting to be edited. If you have Visual C++ (and you should!) on your computer, feel free to open up the .vcproj file (if there is one) and everything should load into visual C++ all nice and tidy for ya. Now do some coding!<br />Once your done, you'll notice that the files you were working have those red exclimation mark icons I told you about, this is good, red isn't always a bad color. Once you are done your work, at least for the time being, get ready to do some committing.

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