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Subversion

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I like to use / test the subversions you provide, using svn co https://moneymanagerex.svn.sourceforge. ... runk/mmex/ mmex.

Now I have noticed that I was able to downloaded only until the revision 3571, no more.
I see that the (actual) last release is the 3593. Have you changed something?

Grazie e ciao.


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Re: Subversion

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Hi Guys,

I have upgraded my SVN and finally worked out how to get my commit access back using Tortoise-SVN in Windows 7.

With Windows Tortoise-SVN, the http// needs to be https//

https ://svn.code.sf.net/p/moneymanagerex/code Tortoise-SVN will ask for a username and password if it does not have one if you attempt to commit.

http://svn.code.sf.net/p/moneymanagerex/code gives you read only access. If you attempt to commit, it will proceed, then fail.

regards,
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Re: Subversion

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What you have wrote is valid only for the windows version, it is true?

Following your instructions, those are the commands I use to upgrade my subversion:
> cd ~/Development
> svn co https ://moneymanagerex.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/moneymanagerex/trunk/mmex/ mmex
> cd ~/Development/mmex/reliase
> make

What I have to change for the Linux version?

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