I would encourage you to check out the TortoiseSVN subversion client for windows. It's
precompiled, so you won't need cygwin. It also has shell integration, so that you can get
the repository from the windows explorer.
Warren Young <mysqlpp@stripped> wrote: gary clark wrote:
> I must apologise for my ignorance in advance what is
> svn and where do I get it?
"svn" is short for "Subversion". The easiest way for Windows users to
get it is to install Cygwin (http://cygwin.com/). Subversion is not
part of the default Cygwin install, so you'll have to dig through the
package tree during the installation to turn it on.
You can get further pointers by searching for "Subversion" on the main
> Dont know too much about this svn version?
We keep the MySQL++ source code in an svn repository. So, this gets you
access to the live copy of the source I'm working on right now.
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