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Note: in the latter part of the course when programming in Java, you may want to use SVN integration supported by your IDE if it is available.  DrJava does not support IDE integration, but IntelliJ IDEA and Eclipse do.

Option B: Using the Rice SVN Repository

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from machines in the CLEAR cluster

One time Setup in Clear

  1. Login to CLEAR:
    ssh <your netid>@ssh.clear.rice.edu
    <your password>

  2. Make a new empty directory comp311 in your home directory and switch to that directory:
    mkdir comp311 
    cd comp311
     
  3. Use Subversion to check out your submission directory:
    svn checkout https://svn.rice.edu/r/comp311/turnin/«current-semester»/«your-net-id»
    E.g., for Fall 2017 and the NetID  "xyz99":
    https://svn.rice.edu/r/comp311/turnin/F17/xyz99


  4. You might be asked if you wish to store your password unencrypted. Always say no when asked this.
  5. Now you should have a folder named «your netid» in the comp311 directory you created.

Submitting your Homework from a machine in the Clear Network

  1. Make sure you are in your turnin directory.
    cd ~/comp311/<your netid>
     
  2. To check the status of your current directory, run :
    svn status 
    This should show all your files that are added(A) / not added(?) / deleted(D) / modified (M) to the Subversion repository.

  3. To add folders/ files, use : 
    svn add «file_name» (without angle brackets)
    svn add «folder_name» (without angle brackets) – recursively adds all files in it
    This should show all files/ folders that have been added to the Repository (this is still a local copy)

    1. To delete folders/ files, use : 
      svn del «file_name» (without angle brackets)
      svn del «folder_name» (without angle brackets) – recursively adds all files in it
      This should show all files/ folders that have been deleted to the Repository (this is still a local copy)

  4. To commit your files, use: 
    svn ci -m "Some relevant message here"
    This should show all the files that have been added/ modified/ deleted ... followed by
    -- Transmitting file data.
    -- Committed revision «rev. no»

  5. And you have successfully added your folder/ files to the SVN repository. Inspect the Rice SVN repository https://svn.rice.edu/r/comp311/turnin/«current-semester»/«your-net-id») using your browser ( to confirm that all the file structure is intact