When you begin work on a project, it's a good idea to learn how the project files are organized. Each project's web content files are located in the myproject/trunk/www directory by default. Other project source modules are created and organized by the project owner or project members with version control write permissions.
You will have occasion to use one or more of the following methods of exploring your project's source code in Subversion:
When you click a file, you can view the revision history for that file. Selecting a revision number displays that revision of the file. Each revision includes a link to display differences between that revision and the previous one. A form at the bottom of the file revision history page allows you to display differences between arbitrary revisions.
CollabNet creates an independent Subversion repository for each project. The default layout that follows standard Subversion practice. As with any Subversion repository, we recommend that your project store its main codebase in
/trunk, and then use the svn copy command to copy the
/trunk directory to the
/tags area to create branches and tags.
/branches/ README /tags/ README /trunk/ www/ cn-project-pages/ index.html README
/trunk/www area is a special directory. Any commits to this area will cause an immediate update to the front page of your project.
/trunk/www/cn-project-pagesdirectory represents your project's main web site.
/trunk/www/index.htmlfile represents your project's main website.