OOFEM: Anonymous read-only SVN access
Because the OOFEM team tries very hard to release stable and as-bug-free-as-possible distributions, we tend to take a long time between major releases. However, there are many useful new features (and bug fixes) in our internal Subversion tree that some users have asked for access to. Additionally, for those who are actually developping OOFEM, Subversion access gives the most up-to-date versions rather than the periodic tarball access. As such, the OOFEM team has decided to provide read-only access to the OOFEM Subversion tree.
Be aware, however, that the head of the development code tree is not guaranteed to be stable. For the most part, we try very hard to not commit things that are broken, but this is an active development tree – bugs happen. This is actually another major reason that this tree has been made available: peer review. If you find any bugs, please report them! Contributions, suggestions, and comments are welcome.
What is Subversion?
Anonymous Subversion Access
We allow anonymous (read-only) Subversion (svn) access to everyone.
Browsing the Sources
If all you need is to browse the sources, you can go to http://www.oofem.org/websvn.
To grab a copy of the latest version of OOFEM using anonymous svn access is:
svn co http://www.oofem.org/svn/trunk
Once you've checked out a copy of the source tree, you can update your source tree at any time so it is in sync with the latest and greatest by entering your udhcp directory and running the command:
Because you've only been granted anonymous access to the tree, you won't be able to commit any changes. Changes can be submitted for inclusion by posting them to the oofem mailing list. For those that are actively contributing Subversion commit access can be made available.
(since January, 2023)