Explore the July edition, featuring prompts, tips, and use cases for GitHub Copilot.
Ever wanted to use SVN to grab code from GitHub? Well, now you can, and just
like that GitHub is the world’s biggest Subversion host. Here’s a few things
you might like to do with it:
- Use any GitHub repository as an SVN external.
- Use TortoiseSVN or your favorite SVN tool to view Git repositories.
- Use existing build tools or continuous integrations systems that only work
How’s it work? Just checkout your project from svn.github.com:
svn checkout http://svn.github.com/schacon/simplegit.git
Give it a shot! For now it’s only read-only, but who knows what will happen in the
Update: I’d just like to reiterate that even though we had some fun with the timing of this announcement that it ACTUALLY WORKS!
Update: Subversion support has been upgraded. Projects should be checked out from github.com rather than svn.github.com:
svn checkout https://github.com/schacon/kidgloves