RE: which binary dist for windows to download?
From: Edward Ned Harvey <edward.harvey_at_patni.com>
Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2008 11:49:59 -0500
Normally, you would need to install both a server and a client, to support multiple people across multiple machines. But if you're working on just a personal project, you can use a file:// url, and avoid installing any server.
Either way, for most users, I'd recommend tortoisesvn as the client, which would mean, you probably don't have any need to download subversion binaries at all except if you want to run a svn server (or work on command prompt). For most users in the situation you've described, I'd recommend - just install tortoisesvn, use it to create a repository in a directory somewhere, and then checkout that repository into your working area. Voila. Add files, etc.
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