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PostPosted: Wed Sep 27, 2006 3:06 am 
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In order to maintain Open-Audit, the developers (who are scattered around the globe) share their efforts using a system which allows them to all work on Open-Audit simultaneously without stepping on each others toes.

To do this, they use what is known as a code repository. Each developer can change whatever they like, and then submit the changes to the repository using a Version Manager application. This application tracks all of the changes (in case we break things :wink: ), and also ensures we our ideas and changes don't conflict with those of the other developers. This Versioning Software is called SubVersioN or SVN, and is also open source, so you can obtain it for free.

You can join in, and download the latest (SVN) version and see all of the latest features (and potentially all of the latest bugs).

To do so, download the SVN repository version.

Bear in mind, the code in our repository changed hourly. There might be bugs inside and it is possible that you download a non-functional version.

**** If you already have Open Audit installed, please take a copy of include_config.php and audit.config, as you may accidentally overwrite these files, and loose your current settings. *****

-> Download and install the SVN-Client Tortoise for Windows (http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/)

-> Click right on a directory inside your web-directory ('openaudit' is a good choice)

-> Click left in the contextmenue on "SVN-Checkout"

-> Insert the URL of our repository: https://open-audit.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/open-audit

-> Click left on OK

You should see Tortoise SVN updating all of your files. Once this has completed, restore include_config.php and audit.config from your backup copy, if they were overwritten and you should be ready to go.


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