Open2300 on Subversion (SVN)
To give all more instant access to the updated code I have created a Subversion (SVN) repository. Subversion is a software version control system similar to CVS. Just newer and easier to use.
It is a read only repository.
This URL is used in the SVN client. You can also browse it directly and download individual files.
Checking out a local copy is easy.
On Linux these are the steps:
svn co http://www.lavrsen.dk/svn/open2300/trunk/ . (note the dot at the end)
Also note that these three commands can be shortened to this:
svn co http://www.lavrsen.dk/svn/open2300/trunk open2300
which will create the open2300 directory for you.
To keep it up to date
One huge advantage is that now it is easy to make a patch file when you
change something. svn client can make a real unified diff
svn diff > patchfile.diff
On Windows the client to use is TortoiseSVN
- 01 Aug 2006