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NVDA Source Checkout

pleveris
Hello.
When I do a Checkout from GitHub (NVDA Source) to a PC using SVN
System, when  aCheckout is completed the folder is more than 6 GB in
size, however, when downloading it directly from NVAccess page on
GitHub it is over 8 MB.
So I wonder what's the difference there?
In fact I noticed that a lot of folders from SVN are with the same
information and maybe this causes this size...
Thanks.
Sincerely,
Paulius Lėveris

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Re: NVDA Source Checkout

derek riemer

To my knowledge, there's no NVDA source via SVN, you have to use git.


On 1/13/2017 1:06 PM, Paulius Lėveris wrote:
Hello.
When I do a Checkout from GitHub (NVDA Source) to a PC using SVN
System, when  aCheckout is completed the folder is more than 6 GB in
size, however, when downloading it directly from NVAccess page on
GitHub it is over 8 MB.
So I wonder what's the difference there?
In fact I noticed that a lot of folders from SVN are with the same
information and maybe this causes this size...
Thanks.
Sincerely,
Paulius Lėveris

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Re: NVDA Source Checkout

James Teh
GitHub does support checking out of its repositories via svn. It probably exposes branches and tags as separate svn directories or something, so you'd have to check out just one folder. However, I do not recommend using svn at all for NVDA, as no one else does it, we don't even know how it would work and you probably won't be able to access submodules (which are necessary to build/run NVDA). Please use Git.

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