SVN repository has totally changed in structure.
This step was neccessary because we needed to integrate Apple XTools realtime support. XTools has obviously some problems with SVN, if the sources aren't directly subfoldered. So the project files vor MS Visual Studio and Apple XCode have now different roots (directly on top of the project).
The entire SVN folder stucture has changed to optimize the SVN workflow and to prevent useless blowing due to duplication of sources.
Take a look at the new structure and check out the latest development tree. The new structure is very clean and provides excellent support for any future project integration.
Yeah, SVN is a fine thing, but it needs some attention to its structure...