After some requests I am going to give any info required to get eXpand’s source code from Google code.
First you are going to need a Subversion Client. I am using the free TortoiseSVN client on both 32 and 64bit environments without any problems.
In fact it is very easy to use . After you install it just right click inside any directory in your windows explorer and you are going to see some more entries on the popup menu
for getting a read-only copy of expand click on the SVN Checkout menu entry and paste
http://expandframework.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ on the popup window
and you are going to have all the source code to your disk.
Contributing your code.
For those that never use an svn client before I suggest to download and use up to trial end (or you can buy it of course if you like it ) http://www.visualsvn.com/visualsvn/download/
VisualSVN is a visual studio add-on that provides seamless integration with subversion server
just do a checkout from within your studio
paste again http://expandframework.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ at the popup window
and eXpand will open inside your visual studio
Your Solution explorer will now have a orange/green circle before each file. Orange means modified file and Green means unchanged file
at any time you can commit your changes (orange files) to Google subversion by
or update your copy with any changes made at Google subversion by
or revert any changes you make at your local copy at your hard disk
Tortoise has endless command but those above is the most often used. You can accomplish the above and much more using the free TortoiseSVN from explorer
It is very easy to do it!!!! Just try it.
To contribute your code you have to contact me so I can make a review on it , and If its good you are on the team