And, for those who don’t, there can be a variety of factors in play beyond what I address below.
If the changes overlap, SVN will merge what it can, and then ask you what to do about the rest.
To edit your working copy, you just use Net Logo like always.
The only difference is you want to let your group know what procedure you are working on, so that two of you do not make changes in the same procedure at the same time. OK, suppose you made changes to the and save those changes, just like you always do in Net Logo.
If the likelihood of conflicts becomes large enough for some files, users of a Subversion repository can agree to lock those files while working on them.
Here is some background: uses a centralized model for version control.
They promise to take you from zero to developer in anywhere from a few weeks to a year.