After you bind a Lingo project to a Subversion, you can update any of the source control files. When you do this, you are copying the most current files stored in Subversion to your local Lingo project.
You can manually update all of the files in the Lingo project or specific files only.
how to Update source control files manually
- Do one of the following, depending on the part of the user interface you are using:
Ribbon Select the Source Control ribbon. In the File section select Update (for selected files). Alternatively, in the Project section you can click Update All (for all files in the project).
- Right-Click In the File List, right-click the file you want to update and select Source Control > Get Latest Version.
- Local Toolbar In the File List, select the file(s) you want to update. In the local toolbar of the File List, click , then select Update (for selected files) or Project > Update All (for all files in the project).
- Source Control Explorer With the Pending Changes pane open, right-click the file you want to update and select Get Latest Version.
If the local and server files are the same, a message tells you so. Click OK.
If the local file is different from the file on the server, the Resolve Conflicts dialog opens. If you want to accept all of the differences between the local and server files, thus merging them, click Auto Merge All. If you want to review the differences in the files side by side and resolve each conflict, click Resolve.
For more information about merging files and resolving conflicts, see Merging Source Control Files—Subversion.
Note: By default, when you open a project that is bound to source control, a message automatically asks if you want to update files. However, you can disable this prompt in the Options dialog.