if you just want to play around a bit with it on windows, you can download
TortoiseSVN - that tool not only accesses Subversion repositories, it can
also create them. For more functionality, download the windows subversion
binaries, which include svnserve at this time (I think) and that will let
you do pretty much anything.
if you have yum or apt installed, (since I see you're looking at redhat)
you can use those to get subversion fairly easily.
From: Johann Melvill [mailto:Johann.Melvill@tiwest.com.au]
Sent: Tuesday, March 07, 2006 2:35 AM
Subject: Installation query
This is my first time look at Subversion - at least at the web site.
Query seems an interesting package.
Had a look at the binary downloads. Do I have to download everything in
that long list in
or is there a single file I can download.
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