Tuesday, July 21, 2009

How to download eXpand source code from google subversion

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

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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

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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

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paste again http://expandframework.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ at the popup window

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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

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at any time you can commit your changes (orange files) to Google subversion by

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or update your copy with any changes made at Google subversion by

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or revert any changes you make at your local copy at your hard disk

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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

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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

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4 comments:

  1. In terms of a free solution that integrates with Visual Studio, I suggest checking out ankhsvn (http://ankhsvn.open.collab.net/). From what I can tell it is similar to VisualSVN, however it is open source and free :D

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  2. I have a problem from SVN (see below). Can you help me ? :

    Checkout from http://expandframework.googlecode.com/svn/trunk, revision HEAD, Fully recursive, Externals included
    OPTIONS of 'http://expandframework.googlecode.com/svn/trunk': Could not read
    status line: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
    (http://expandframework.googlecode.com)

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  3. do the problem remain or its fixed? probably connectivity issue

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  4. Yes maybe connectivity problems. I will try it from home. I will let you know. Thank you !

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