How to install and use subversion successfully on windows xp

hi guys
can anyone tell how to install subversion on windows xp for use with
instantrails?

the documentation that comes with the download is unfathomable
please help!!

Hi

Just run the windows binary:-)

On Oct 9, 11:14 pm, “[email protected][email protected]

On 10/9/07, [email protected] [email protected] wrote:

hi guys
can anyone tell how to install subversion on windows xp for use with
instantrails?

the documentation that comes with the download is unfathomable
please help!!

I always use TortoiseSVN on Windows: http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/

Curt

On 10/10/07, alexey.Creopolis [email protected] wrote:

However i’ve installed NetBeans 6.0 and its "unintegrable: with svn,
while working on windows.

Make sure you’re running a recent release of NetBeans from
http://deadlock.netbeans.org/hudson/job/ruby/. I’m using 4514 this
morning. Beta 1 is obsolete, you definitely don’t want to to be
running it.

Did you set the path in Tools > Options > Misc > Versioning >
Subversion? Mine is set to:

Specify the SVN home folder: C:\subversion\bin

And I have subversion installed in c:\subversion. Notice that
netbeans says it wants the home folder, but really what it wants is
the folder containing the svn binaries.

(FYI, you’re probably better off asking NetBeans questions on the
NetBeans Ruby users list: [email protected])

James M. | [email protected]
Ruby and Ruby on Rails consulting
blog.restphone.com

Yes its easy to do…
Having a tigris ui is really easy way…

However i’ve installed NetBeans 6.0 and its "unintegrable: with svn,
while working on windows.
It just not see svn files, (svn running fine in command promt, with
PATH set)…

does someone saw solution ?

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