I could do with SVN guidance myself, I don't think I've managed to do anything quite right on the first attempt so far in the Ace SVN repository. And I thought I was experienced with source code control systems (I'm not, I've just not used them in anything more than the simplest environments apparently :).
Quote from kunda »
I still have some problems with svn: the libs folder contains some files from my local svn copy and a folder named 'auth'. How can I remove that from svn?
If you're using Tortoise SVN under Windows:
Right click something that includes the Tortoise SVN menu.
Choose "Settings" from the Toroise SVN menu.
Under the "General" tab, there is are sections for "TortoiseSVN" and "Subversion". In the "Subversion" section, click the Edit button next to "Subversion configuration file".
Follow the instructions near the top of the file that detail how to add the configuration line disabling storage of authentication data. NB: I'm not sure, but you might need to choose "Save as" in Notepad and save it in the default location to actually save settings; the file doesn't exist by default, and clicking "Save" for me didn't actually create it.
I think this should help. I'm fairly sure I was asked a question about whether I wanted to store auth data when installing TortoiseSVN, so if it doesn't work you could always try reinstalling.
I think you need to update your local copy of DewdropLib. It was conflicting with some other addon earlier for me - downloading the latest revision of Dewdrop and copying over the one supplied seemed to fix the problem.