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Note that this URL syntax works only when your current working directory is a working copy—the command-line client knows the repository's root URL by looking at the working copy's metadata.Also note that when you wish to refer precisely to the root directory of the repository, you must do so using A Subversion working copy is an ordinary directory tree on your local system, containing a collection of files.You can even have multiple working copies of the same project.After you've made some changes to the files in your working copy and verified that they work properly, Subversion provides you with commands to your changes to the other people working with you on your project (by writing to the repository).

Each revision number selects an entire tree, a particular state of the repository after some committed change.In this section, we'll begin to introduce the specific ways in which Subversion implements version control.Subversion implements the concept of a version control repository much as any other modern version control system would.We've mentioned already that Subversion is a modern, network-aware version control system.As we described in the section called “Version Control Basics” (our high-level version control overview), a repository serves as the core storage mechanism for Subversion's versioned data, and it's via working copies that users and their software programs interact with that data.

Each revision number selects an entire tree, a particular state of the repository after some committed change.

In this section, we'll begin to introduce the specific ways in which Subversion implements version control.

Subversion implements the concept of a version control repository much as any other modern version control system would.

We've mentioned already that Subversion is a modern, network-aware version control system.

As we described in the section called “Version Control Basics” (our high-level version control overview), a repository serves as the core storage mechanism for Subversion's versioned data, and it's via working copies that users and their software programs interact with that data.

If other people publish their own changes, Subversion provides you with commands to merge those changes into your working copy (by reading from the repository).