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Subversion to download files

Postby kadnan » Mon Dec 04, 2006 9:18 pm


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Postby lambda » Tue Dec 05, 2006 2:20 pm

if it's an http repository, you can use any web browser to view the files in the repository. if it's an svn repository, you probably need to check it out on your local machine before you can view it. i vaguely remember a commandline tool to browse repos (it let you type "cd" and "ls" to look inside the repo) but i used it long before svn 1.00, and i can't find it now.

i recommend tortoisesvn, which is probably the windows explorer extension you found.

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Postby fawad » Thu Dec 07, 2006 9:27 pm

You can do svn co or svn export for exporting out just the latest rev.

Also, if the repository is being exposed using viewcvs (AKA viewvc), it usually has an option to export out the currently selected subtree into a zip file.


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