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  • DougR
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    Sorry, the commands I provided are via command-line tooling. You can obtain such tooling via various sources, but you appear to be a GUI type of person. That limits things dramatically, especially since you appear to want to be setting up a repository (not just a working copy). Normally, I'd recommend TortoiseSVN for Windows users, but that is really a Subversion client - not server. Not sure where to get a Windows Subversion Server implementation...

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  • jlivingstonsg
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    [QUOTE=DougR;n80615]
    [LIST=1][*]Do an "svnadmin create /path/to/repo".[*]Do an "svn checkout file:///path/to/repo".[*]Change working directory into the working copy created in step 2.[*]Download and unpack the cellbots code into the working copy.[*]Do an "svn add *".[*]Do an "svn ci -m 'cellbots original code'"[/LIST]

    Then feel free to make changes and checkin as often as you wish.


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    I am totally greateful for your imput [B]DougR[/B] . Beautiful.......

    But can someone translate what I got from DougR , so I can do this on my windows 10 home and in android studio,
    because that is what I guess its about (or do I need ubuntu/linux for this).

    Is there maybe a youtube video on this?

    Regards MagI

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  • DougR
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    [LIST=1][*]Do an "svnadmin create /path/to/repo".[*]Do an "svn checkout file:///path/to/repo".[*]Change working directory into the working copy created in step 2.[*]Download and unpack the cellbots code into the working copy.[*]Do an "svn add *".[*]Do an "svn ci -m 'cellbots original code'"[/LIST]Then feel free to make changes and checkin as often as you wish.

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  • jlivingstonsg
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    Hi.

    Can someone maybe help me set up the cellbots SVN source code

    ​[url]https://code.google.com/archive/p/cellbots/source/default/source​​​​​​[/url]

    at Git or in some other way , so it can be installed to eclipse and android studio by link or anything?

    Regards Magi

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  • DougR
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    The Android community has moved from Subversion to Git. See here: [URL]https://source.android.com/setup/build/downloading[/URL]

    I'm guessing that you're getting a stale archive, but even if not, seems like a waste of time to continue with Subversion when the community has switched to Git. Sooner you do so, sooner you're likely to get up to speed with their "new world".

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  • Import cellbots code to eclipse and android studio

    Hi.

    This android/java open source code was set up as a Subversion/SVN source 2011.

    [URL]https://code.google.com/archive/p/cellbots/source/default/source[/URL]

    Here is the website for the android app. [URL]http://www.cellbots.com/[/URL]

    It was set up as Subversion/SVN on a Google server 2011 and I could import it to Eclipse 2011 with a SVN link and could create an app of it from Eclipe and get it installed to an android phone.

    Now the code is not on a Subversion/SVN link any more.

    You download all of it as a zip file.
    When I extract it I get the code with lots of Subversion/SVN files all over the code.[LIST=1][*]So to get it imported now, to Eclipse or Androd Studio, I guess you need to downoad the source code from google code archive as a zip file. (I did that.)[*]Extract it.[*]I guess that I need to upload the code to a Subversion / SVN server and then import it to Eclipe and Android Studio, as I did 2011, to get it imported and set up correctly in Eclipe and Android Studio.[/LIST]
    And I do not know how to do this.

    If anyone know how to import the CellBots code, and to get it working, in Eclipe and Android Studio, I would be happy.




    Regards MagI
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