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how to browse code in sourceforge.net?

hello,
i want to gain an insight of how to do projects.

for example,take this one--http://sourceforge.net/projects/pebble

from here how  i can find code for this project?which is the first piece of code that was developed?if i want to build this software myself then how can i know what is the order of development of codes...means which code i hv to develop first,then which one is the second,and so on......
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WodCommented:
You can browse the source from your browser: http://pebble.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/pebble/trunk/

or download the whole thing using an SVN client (http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/ for example).

The address of the SVN repository is:  svn co https://pebble.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/pebble pebble

You can find the SVN repository by clicking Code > SVN on any project's page

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mithunda5011Author Commented:
yes...that helped a lot but for any project exactly in which directory i will find code?like in http://sourceforge.net/cvs/?group_id=155983 there is no trunk folder!!! like in pebble....will it be different in all projects and do i hv to find it manually?
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WodCommented:
the code for jscicalc can be browsed at: http://jscicalc.cvs.sourceforge.net/jscicalc/

there isn't a trunk in this one, because the coders can organize the files however they want.. so there is no standard directory besides the base.
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