Changes between Version 21 and Version 22 of user-download


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Sep 7, 2007 2:50:49 PM (14 years ago)
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    2828=== Getting Subversion ===
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    30 In order to download the code from COIN via '''subversion''', you need to have a subversion client installed on your computer.  On UNIX-like systems, including Linux and Cygwin, the executable is usually called {{{svn}}}.  Subversion is available from
    31 [http://subversion.tigris.org http://subversion.tigris.org].  The source code and some precompiled binaries can be downloaded [http://subversion.tigris.org/project_packages.html here].  If you compile the subversion executable on your own, make sure you specify the {{{--with-ssl}}} flag when you run the {{{./configure}}} script, so that your {{{svn}}} executable is able to connect to {{{https://}}} servers.  If you already have {{{svn}}} installed on your system, you need to make sure that it is able to connect to {{{https://...}}} URLs.  You can find out if your version of {{{svn}}} supports this by typing "{{{svn --version}}}".  If it says "{{{handles 'https' scheme}}}," you are fine.
     30In order to download the code from COIN via '''subversion''', you need to have a subversion client installed on your computer.  On UNIX-like systems, including Linux and Cygwin, the subversion executable is usually called {{{svn}}}.  Subversion is available from
     31[http://subversion.tigris.org http://subversion.tigris.org].  The subversion source code and some precompiled binaries can be downloaded [http://subversion.tigris.org/project_packages.html here].  If you compile the subversion executable on your own, make sure you specify the {{{--with-ssl}}} flag when you run the {{{./configure}}} script, so that your {{{svn}}} executable is able to connect to {{{https://}}} servers.  If you already have {{{svn}}} installed on your system, you need to make sure that it is able to connect to {{{https://...}}} URLs.  You can find out if your version of {{{svn}}} supports this by typing "{{{svn --version}}}".  If it says "{{{handles 'https' scheme}}}," you are fine.
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    3333You also have the option of using some GUI clients for subversion. We have had success with