Updating svn server
Tortoise SVN is a free Windows Subversion client that integrates with Windows Explorer.
All standard Subversion client operations can be performed through the Windows user interface.
After the project is checked out once on your system, there is no need to perform subsequent checkouts on that source code.
Tortoise also provides sophisticated graphical diff and merge tools that can be helpful for resolving conflicts.
Some commands have two forms, the long and the short. It will commit changed files, added files, and deleted files. First, those without write access to the BLFS SVN server can use it to generate patches to send to the BLFS-Dev mailing list.
The SVN client copies the project files to your system, including Subversion metadata in is created and the project contents are recursively copied into the directory from the server.
You can make any number of changes to the checked out files.When you are ready to commit the changes to the repository, check in the files or directories that you want to commit.