Subversion Clients and Access URL

Subversion Clients

SVN is accessed by using a special program called a client. Once you've installed the SVN client of your choice on your machine (see below for a list), you'll need the repository access URL to interact with your CloudForge repository.

To get an access URL for your client, follow these steps:

  1. Login to CloudForge > Projects tab > click on the Project name > click SVN tab on the left side
  2. Find the blue "Quick URLs" header on the right side
  3. Below the HTTPS URL text, the repository access URL is posted




There are a variety of clients available for Subversion, and some of the more popular examples include: 

windows-icon.jpeg For Windows:

TortoiseCheckout.pngTortoiseSVN (Integrates with Windows Explorer - possibly the most popular - How to connect to CloudForge)

ankhsvn-logo.pngAnkhSVN (Visual Studio Plugin - How to connect to CloudForge) 


mac_icon.jpeg For Mac:

cornerstone-icon.pngCornerstone (CloudForge's fave - How to connect to CloudForge)

logo-versions1.jpeg Versions

SCLogo.png scplugin (Integrates with Mac OSX Finder - similar to TortoiseSVN for Windows)

coda_logo1.png coda 2 web development IDE

xcode.png Xcode 4 Apple's IDE (How to connect to CloudForge)


mac_icon.jpeg windows-icon.jpeg linux-icon.gif Multiplatform:

subversion_logo2.png Subclipse (Eclipse Plugin - How to connect to CloudForge)

Subversive.png Subversive

SmartSVN_logo.png SmartSVN

netbeans_logo.jpegNetbeans (How to connect to CloudForge)

subversion_logo2.png Good ol' command line client for most platforms (plenty of *nix flavors and windows) 


Each of these clients has a different interface, so you will need to read their own documentation for information on how to use them. 



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