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I need to download the latest version of Xalan from SVN (subversion repository). Currently I have a copy downloaded from http://mirrors.devlib.org/apache//xml/xalan-c/. Can someone give me the steps to open and download the latest ones from the subversion repository?
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by:the_vinci
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What OS do you use?

When you have the svn client installed on your computer (either graphical or the command line)

Select 'checkout' or in command line type 'svn co SVN_URL_GOES_HERE';

this will get you the latest copy
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by:Cool-Guy
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I use Win XP. I have already downloaded Tortoise SVN and installed it. I have a copy of XALAN 1.10 software in my system. I now need to download the latest files from http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/xalan/c/ Can you brief me the settings that I need to do to check out the file (like proxy, username, pw, etc)?
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Ok.
1. Make a new folder on where you want to save the files
2. Right click on it and click SVN Checkout...
3. It asks for address put this in https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/xalan/c/trunk

Now you have the latest svn files with the hooks. You do not need proxy or username. It should be open.
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Thanks for your time
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