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Using Subversion to get Crowbar

This post is just a reference point for another post, a Subversion client is needed for downloading Crowbar, so I downloaded TortoiseSVN available here.

A quick install with the default options and I was away.

I created a new folder on my desktop called Crowbar, went into it and did a right click (TortoiseSVN is an explorer extension so there’s no program to run directly!).

Alpha Dog release

TortoiseSVN -> Export

Then pasted in the trunk from the Crowbar instructions page.

This entry was posted on Sunday, November 30th, 2008 at 10:46 am and is filed under Programming. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.


Comments (3)

 

  1. […] a Subversion client to download it. I don’t have one on the machine I’m working on, so another post will cover the in’s and out’s of downloading Crowbar with […]

  2. Robin Lex says:

    I recommend you to take a look at SmartSVN Portable.

  3. Keiron says:

    Thank Robin, although as Crowbar doesn’t seem to fit my needs it’s back to the drawing board here I think!

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