How to checkout using svn?
To check out a repository using SVN (Subversion), you can follow these steps:
Install SVN: Make sure you have SVN installed on your system. You can download and install SVN from the official Apache Subversion website (https://subversion.apache.org).
Open the command line or terminal: Open the command line or terminal application on your computer.
Navigate to the desired directory: Use the cd command to navigate to the directory where you want to check out the repository. For example, if you want to check out the repository to your desktop, you can use the following command: cd Desktop.
Check out the repository: Use the svn checkout command followed by the URL of the repository. For example: svn checkout https://example.com/svn/repository.
If the repository requires authentication, you will be prompted to enter your username and password.
Wait for the checkout to complete: The SVN client will download the repository files and create a local working copy in the current directory. The time it takes will depend on the size of the repository and your internet connection speed.
Verify the checkout: Once the checkout is complete, you can navigate to the newly created directory and verify that the repository files are present.
That’s it! You have successfully checked out the SVN repository to your local machine. You can now make changes, commit updates, and perform other SVN operations on your working copy.