You will first need to setup a Subversion server/deamon on a machine in the network to which all team members have access. When the server has been setup, you will need to create a repository using the admin tools provided by your server.
While the precise setup procedure is outside the scope of this document, we have successfully used SVN servers bundled with various Linux distributions, as well as cygwin based solutions on Windows, but other implementations should work equally well.
In order to access the repository each team member must setup an SVN client in his studio. We recommend Subclipse, which is installed as follows:
You'll also need to install Tersus Subclipse support as follows:
The lead (initial) modeler should share the application. Additional modelers should then checkout the application.
This procedure should be performed by the lead modeler (the modeler who has been maintaining the application up till now).
Note that once an application is connected to the repository, its packages (in the Repository Explorer view), and its files and folders (as displayed in the Navigator view) display a small icon decoration (on the left-bottom corner of the object's icon) indicating they have been shared.
This procedure should be performed by all modelers joining the team.
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