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Boost uses Subversion to manage all of the data associated with Boost's development, including the source code to Boost, documentation for Boost libraries, and the Boost web site.
Accessing the Boost Subversion Repository
The Subversion repository can be accessed in several ways:
- Anonymous, read-only access to the Boost Subversion
repository is available at http://svn.boost.org/svn/boost.
To access the current Boost development code, for instance,
one would check out from http://svn.boost.org/svn/boost/trunk.
For example, using the command-line svn, one might
svn co http://svn.boost.org/svn/boost/trunk boost-trunk
- On Windows, TortoiseSVN provides an easy-to-use, graphical interface to Subversion.
Organization of the Boost Subversion Repository
The Boost Subversion repository is organized into several top-level directories, reflecting various stages of Boost library development and subtasks within the Boost community. We have the following top-level directories:
- trunk: Contains the latest "development" version of Boost.
- sandbox: Contains libraries and tools that are under active development and have not yet been reviewed or accepted into Boost. See BoostSandbox for information about organization of the sandbox.
- website: Contains the upcoming Boost web site, which is not yet live.
- branches: Contains various branches of Boost libraries, typically for release branches and for non-trivial changes to Boost libraries that need to be made separately from the trunk.
- tags: Contains "tags" that mark certain points in the source tree, such as particular Boost releases.