This is always the latest build:
svn co https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/tab-2/trunk tab-2
Please use http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/ or the commandline svn tool
If you create patches with Tortoise it would speed up applying them.
PROBLEM: Renaming of file fails:
svn: COPY of gcl: 403 Forbidden (https://svn.sourceforge.net)
SOLUTION: RELOCATE ACCESS:
note that the only change is that your project's UNIX name
is added to the front of the hostname (i.e.
svn.sourceforge.net gets modified to
PROJECTNAME.svn.sourceforge.net), nothing else changes.
To make this change on an existing working copy, which I
recommend you make a backup of first, just in case, do the
1. Run 'svn info' at the root of the repository content, it
should display a line that appears similar to:
2. Run the following command at the root of the working copy:
svn switch --relocate
The info above is incorrect probably due to changes at SF. The correct links appear to be:
svn co https://tab-2.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/tab-2 tab-2
Unfortunately, when I use TortoiseSVN and do an Import, it open a dialog box and asks for a username and password.
Thanks for the correction of the address.
You are looking for this:
Trunk does only check out necessary files.
Of course you have no *write* access to the repository to import files.
Look for the CHECKOUT command of tortoise.
Katzlbt, Thank you for the prompt response. This is my first time using SVN so excuse me for that n00b mistake of trying to import instead of doing checkout. lol.
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