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- Subversion Access
This project's SourceForge.net Subversion repository can be checked out through SVN with the following instruction set:
svn co https://emgucv.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/emgucv emgucv
(Warning: This is a generic Subversion checkout command which will pull all modules, tags and/or branches of the project. Please refer to project home page for specific SVN instructions, or use "Browse Repository" link; in most cases, you will want to add '/trunk' to the HTTPS URL above to check out only trunk (main development line)).