source code on-line to view this project's directory structure and
code archives, if any are available, to copy read-only source files
for this project on to your local system.
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You can use Subversion to
check out your own working copies of project source code files.
Subversion is an open source version control for keeping track of all
modifications to project source code files.
Important note: The following instructions cover checking out
from Subversion for a read-write copy. You must have been granted
permission by the project administrator to write changes back to the
You can check out a working copy with:
svn checkout http://oss-internal.us.oracle.com/projects/endpoint/src/trunk/ <dir>
Where <dir> is the working directory to place the tree in.
This command should result in a scrolling list of files being added to the local directory you specified on your machine. Now you are ready to use your file viewer to work with individual files.
In the future, there will be a read-only CVS mirror of the source repository,
but right now it is not enabled, so please use Subversion.