From: Chase, Andrew <achase@mb...> - 2007-01-04 02:55:14
Just a quick note to follow up on Mario's suggested method of checkout. =
You'll probably want to just checkout the trunk of the project, rather =
than the entire svn tree (which includes all branched and tagged =
versions). For now it doesn't really matter because the trunk is all =
that exists, but personally I find it easier to just checkout the trunk.
I'd recommend making a directory, openev2 (or whatever). Then checking =
out the trunk into that directory:
svn checkout https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/openev/trunk
Just thought I'd offer this for those who are new to subversion...
Thanks a lot Mario!
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> Subject: [Openev-discuss] OpenEV2 now on SVN
> Hi folks,
> I have made the initial import of OpenEV2's original files on=20
> the Sourceforge SVN repository. You can browse it online here:
> To check out:
> svn checkout https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/openev
> (or do I need to enable something for public acces first?)
> I will start commiting the new files sometimes tomorrow (tuesday)...
> after practicing on a local repository first ;)
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From: Mario Beauchamp <starged@gm...> - 2007-01-04 03:32:53
On 1/3/07, Chase, Andrew <achase@...> wrote:
> Just a quick note to follow up on Mario's suggested method of checkout. You'll probably want to just checkout the trunk of the project, rather than the entire svn tree
You're right, it just escaped me at the time...
> Just thought I'd offer this for those who are new to subversion...
Like me :)
> Thanks a lot Mario!
And thanks for the suggestion!