How to add version control to an existing project in Xcode

Setting up a local GIT repository:

Open Terminal and change to the directory where your project is located (cd /path/to/your/project). Then use the following shell commands:

git init
git add .
git commit -m "my initial commit (or any other comment you feel like)"

NOTE: as of Mountain Lion you need to install the Xcode Command Line Tools for this to work (under Xcode Preferences – Downloads – Components).

Setting up a local SUBVERSION repository:

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