Subversion is a source control system similar to CVS. Source control is what helps keep the project organized so things do not turn up missing. Source control also helps a lot when you have multiple developers.
You can view the contents of the Drupaltin SVN repository by visiting http://drupaltin.stealth17.com. From that page you can visit the Drupaltin root directory and click the Tarball icon at the top of the page to download the latest revision over the web. All this can be done from an ordinary web browser, no special clients are needed.
Within this powerful web interface, commit logs can be viewed, files can be viewed with syntax highlighting, file revisions can be compared, among many other features. There is are RSS feeds for those who want to keep up to date on the latest development through RSS.
To checkout the Drupaltin tree with an SVN client, run this command:
svn checkout http://stealth17.com/drupaltin
Then to update to when commits are made:
To access the SVN repository from Windows, you might want to install:
To access the SVN repository from Ubuntu/Debian, you might want to install:
apt-get install subversion
To access the SVN repository from Mac OS X, you might want to install:
For more information about subversion, please visit their official website: