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To get at the source code of MOWa you will need to have a version control client in your machine.

Under Windows I have come to trust Tortoise completely. Some will say "Huh, but you get all that inside Eclipse!"

If you tend to be a bit command line oriented, using Maven a lot for example, like me you’ll prefer Tortoise.

I got it here TortoiseSVN

This guide Tortoise Set Up will get you going, but ignore the section about creating your own repository.

Choose where you want the MOWa stuff and make a new directory.

You will need to paste this link... http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/ ...into the URL of Repository field

If you see something like the following, you are ready to go on to the next step Get the project into Eclipse.

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hasan.bramwell updated Wiki Using Tortoise

Text: << [Homepage] || [Homepage] || - - - h1. Using Tortoise To get at the source code of MOWa you will need to have a version control client in your machine. Under Windows I have come to trust Tortoise completely. Some will say "Huh, but you get all that inside Eclipse!" If you tend to be a bit command line oriented, using Maven a lot for example, like me you'll prefer Tortoise. I got it here "TortoiseSVN":http://tortoisesvn.net/downloads.html This guide "Tortoise Set Up":http://www.shokhirev.com/nikolai/programs/SVN/svn.html will get you going, but ignore the section about creating your own repository. Choose where you want the MOWa stuff and make a new directory. !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5988! You will need to paste this link... @http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/@ ...into the URL of Repository field !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5989! !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5991! If you see something like the following, you are ready to go on to the next step [Get the project into Eclipse]. !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/6137! << [Homepage] || [Homepage] || - - -<< [Homepage] || [Homepage] || [Get the project into Eclipse] >> h1. Using Tortoise To get at the source code of MOWa you will need to have a version control client in your machine. Under Windows I have come to trust Tortoise completely. Some will say "Huh, but you get all that inside Eclipse!" If you tend to be a bit command line oriented, using Maven a lot for example, like me you'll prefer Tortoise. I got it here "TortoiseSVN":http://tortoisesvn.net/downloads.html This guide "Tortoise Set Up":http://www.shokhirev.com/nikolai/programs/SVN/svn.html will get you going, but ignore the section about creating your own repository. Choose where you want the MOWa stuff and make a new directory. !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5988! You will need to paste this link... @http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/@ ...into the URL of Repository field !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5989! !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5991! If you see something like the following, you are ready to go on to the next step [Get the project into Eclipse]. !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/6137! << [Homepage] || [Homepage] || [Get the project into Eclipse] >>

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hasan.bramwell updated Wiki Using Tortoise

Text: h1. Using Tortoise To get at the source code of MOWa you will need to have a version control client in your machine. Under Windows I have come to trust Tortoise completely. Some will say "Huh, but you get all that inside Eclipse!" If you tend to be a bit command line oriented, using Maven a lot for example, like me you'll prefer Tortoise. I got it here "TortoiseSVN":http://tortoisesvn.net/downloads.html This guide "Tortoise Set Up":http://www.shokhirev.com/nikolai/programs/SVN/svn.html will get you going, but ignore the section about creating your own repository. Choose where you want the MOWa stuff and make a new directory. !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5988! You will need to paste this link... @http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/@ ...into the URL of Repository field !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5989! !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5991! If you see something like the following, you are ready to go on to the next step [Get the project into Eclipse]. !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/6137!<< [Homepage] || [Homepage] || - - - h1. Using Tortoise To get at the source code of MOWa you will need to have a version control client in your machine. Under Windows I have come to trust Tortoise completely. Some will say "Huh, but you get all that inside Eclipse!" If you tend to be a bit command line oriented, using Maven a lot for example, like me you'll prefer Tortoise. I got it here "TortoiseSVN":http://tortoisesvn.net/downloads.html This guide "Tortoise Set Up":http://www.shokhirev.com/nikolai/programs/SVN/svn.html will get you going, but ignore the section about creating your own repository. Choose where you want the MOWa stuff and make a new directory. !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5988! You will need to paste this link... @http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/@ ...into the URL of Repository field !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5989! !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5991! If you see something like the following, you are ready to go on to the next step [Get the project into Eclipse]. !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/6137! << [Homepage] || [Homepage] || - - -

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hasan.bramwell updated Wiki Using Tortoise

Text: h1. Using Tortoise To get at the source code of MOWa you will need to have a version control client in your machine. Under Windows I have come to trust Tortoise completely. Some will say "Huh, but you get all that inside Eclipse!" If you tend to be a bit command line oriented, using Maven a lot for example, like me you'll prefer Tortoise. I got it here "TortoiseSVN":http://tortoisesvn.net/downloads.html This guide "Tortoise Set Up":http://www.shokhirev.com/nikolai/programs/SVN/svn.html will get you going, but ignore the section about creating your own repository. Choose where you want the MOWa stuff and make a new directory. !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5988! !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5989! !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5991! If you see something like the following, you are ready to go on to the next step [Get the project into Eclipse]. !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/6137!h1. Using Tortoise To get at the source code of MOWa you will need to have a version control client in your machine. Under Windows I have come to trust Tortoise completely. Some will say "Huh, but you get all that inside Eclipse!" If you tend to be a bit command line oriented, using Maven a lot for example, like me you'll prefer Tortoise. I got it here "TortoiseSVN":http://tortoisesvn.net/downloads.html This guide "Tortoise Set Up":http://www.shokhirev.com/nikolai/programs/SVN/svn.html will get you going, but ignore the section about creating your own repository. Choose where you want the MOWa stuff and make a new directory. !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5988! You will need to paste this link... @http://svn3.xp-dev.com/svn/MOWa/trunk/@ ...into the URL of Repository field !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5989! !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5991! If you see something like the following, you are ready to go on to the next step [Get the project into Eclipse]. !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/6137!

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hasan.bramwell updated Wiki Using Tortoise

Text: h1. Using Tortoise To get at the source code of MOWa you will need to have a version control client in your machine. Under Windows I have come to trust Tortoise completely. Some will say "Huh, but you get all that inside Eclipse!" If you tend to be a bit command line oriented, using Maven a lot for example, like me you'll prefer Tortoise. I got it here "TortoiseSVN":http://tortoisesvn.net/downloads.html This guide "Tortoise Set Up":http://www.shokhirev.com/nikolai/programs/SVN/svn.html will get you going, but ignore the section about creating your own repository. Choose where you want the MOWa stuff and make a new directory. !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5988! !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5989! !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5991!h1. Using Tortoise To get at the source code of MOWa you will need to have a version control client in your machine. Under Windows I have come to trust Tortoise completely. Some will say "Huh, but you get all that inside Eclipse!" If you tend to be a bit command line oriented, using Maven a lot for example, like me you'll prefer Tortoise. I got it here "TortoiseSVN":http://tortoisesvn.net/downloads.html This guide "Tortoise Set Up":http://www.shokhirev.com/nikolai/programs/SVN/svn.html will get you going, but ignore the section about creating your own repository. Choose where you want the MOWa stuff and make a new directory. !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5988! !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5989! !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5991! If you see something like the following, you are ready to go on to the next step [Get the project into Eclipse]. !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/6137!

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hasan.bramwell updated Wiki Using Tortoise

Text: To get at the source code of MOWa you will need to have a version control client in your machine. Under Windows I have come to trust Tortoise completely. Some will say "Huh, but you get all that inside Eclipse!" If you tend to be a bit command line oriented, using Maven a lot for example, like me you'll prefer Tortoise. I got it here "TortoiseSVN":http://tortoisesvn.net/downloads.html This guide "Tortoise Set Up":http://www.shokhirev.com/nikolai/programs/SVN/svn.html will get you going, but ignore the section about creating your own repository. Choose where you want the MOWa stuff and make a new directory. !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5988! !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5989! !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5991!h1. Using Tortoise To get at the source code of MOWa you will need to have a version control client in your machine. Under Windows I have come to trust Tortoise completely. Some will say "Huh, but you get all that inside Eclipse!" If you tend to be a bit command line oriented, using Maven a lot for example, like me you'll prefer Tortoise. I got it here "TortoiseSVN":http://tortoisesvn.net/downloads.html This guide "Tortoise Set Up":http://www.shokhirev.com/nikolai/programs/SVN/svn.html will get you going, but ignore the section about creating your own repository. Choose where you want the MOWa stuff and make a new directory. !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5988! !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5989! !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5991!

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hasan.bramwell updated Wiki Using Tortoise

Text: To get at the source code of MOWa you will need to have a version control client in your machine. Under Windows I have come to trust Tortoise completely. Some will say "Huh, but you get all that inside Eclipse!" If you tend to be a bit command line oriented, using Maven a lot for example, like me you'll prefer Tortoise. I got it here "TortoiseSVN":http://tortoisesvn.net/downloads.html This guide "Tortoise Set Up":http://www.shokhirev.com/nikolai/programs/SVN/svn.html will get you going, but ignore the section about creating your own repository. Choose where you want the MOWa stuff and make a new directory. !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5984!To get at the source code of MOWa you will need to have a version control client in your machine. Under Windows I have come to trust Tortoise completely. Some will say "Huh, but you get all that inside Eclipse!" If you tend to be a bit command line oriented, using Maven a lot for example, like me you'll prefer Tortoise. I got it here "TortoiseSVN":http://tortoisesvn.net/downloads.html This guide "Tortoise Set Up":http://www.shokhirev.com/nikolai/programs/SVN/svn.html will get you going, but ignore the section about creating your own repository. Choose where you want the MOWa stuff and make a new directory. !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5988! !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5989! !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5991!

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hasan.bramwell updated Wiki Using Tortoise

Text: To get at the source code of MOWa you will need to have a version control client in your machine. Under Windows I have come to trust Tortoise completely. Some will say "Huh, but you get all that inside Eclipse!" If you tend to be a bit command line oriented, using Maven a lot for example, like me you'll prefer Tortoise. I got it here "TortoiseSVN":http://tortoisesvn.net/downloads.html This guide "Tortoise Set Up":http://www.shokhirev.com/nikolai/programs/SVN/svn.html will get you going, but ignore the section about creating your own repository. Choose where you want the MOWa stuff and make a new directory.To get at the source code of MOWa you will need to have a version control client in your machine. Under Windows I have come to trust Tortoise completely. Some will say "Huh, but you get all that inside Eclipse!" If you tend to be a bit command line oriented, using Maven a lot for example, like me you'll prefer Tortoise. I got it here "TortoiseSVN":http://tortoisesvn.net/downloads.html This guide "Tortoise Set Up":http://www.shokhirev.com/nikolai/programs/SVN/svn.html will get you going, but ignore the section about creating your own repository. Choose where you want the MOWa stuff and make a new directory. !http://www.xp-dev.com/file/5984!

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hasan.bramwell updated Wiki Using Tortoise

Text: To get at the source code of MOWa you will need to have a version control client in your machine. Under Windows I have come to trust Tortoise completely. Some will say "Huh, but you get all that inside Eclipse!" If you tend to be a bit command line oriented, using Maven a lot for example, like me you'll prefer Tortoise. I got it here "TortoiseSVN":http://tortoisesvn.net/downloads.htmlTo get at the source code of MOWa you will need to have a version control client in your machine. Under Windows I have come to trust Tortoise completely. Some will say "Huh, but you get all that inside Eclipse!" If you tend to be a bit command line oriented, using Maven a lot for example, like me you'll prefer Tortoise. I got it here "TortoiseSVN":http://tortoisesvn.net/downloads.html This guide "Tortoise Set Up":http://www.shokhirev.com/nikolai/programs/SVN/svn.html will get you going, but ignore the section about creating your own repository. Choose where you want the MOWa stuff and make a new directory.

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