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From what platform? From linux, if the code repository is subversion you can do something like: wget -m http://fofix.googlecode.com/svn/MFH-Mod/trunk/ There is a not so small caveat to that command, it will download the entire repository to the drive (that is all the tags and branches plus the trunk. another approach is using lftp lftp ...


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I was looking for the same thing. The next best approach could be to use the following minimalistic standalone executable for Windows (~8.45 KB only): http://downloadsvn.codeplex.com/ It's far better than having to install a standard SVN or GIT version-control system (you should have .NET Framework installed though). Although this is an old post, I hope it ...


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To answer to the question the feed is here. As a bonus note: Firefox removed the RSS button over a year ago because allegedly only 3% of users used it. You can still check if a page has an RSS by going Bookmarks → Subscribe to this page or by right clicking on the tool bar, selecting Customise and dragging the icon back to its rightful place.


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you make the documents public and then either: share the link to these public documents make a public webpage of these documents (and link to them) make a public webpage of these documents and embed them into the wiki via iframes (if possible) follow the guidelines from http://docs.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=180199&hl=en if you want to ...


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I know that this is a pretty old post, but for people which get here by googling, I want to say, that you can download the clean trunk instead of the entire repository with wget using this address: [project_name_here].googlecode.com/svn/trunk Instead of: code.google.com/p/[project_name_here]/source/browse/trunk


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If you mean "checked out" in the CVS/Subversion/Mercurial/Git/etc. sense, then you can't. For the "who", checkouts are, by nature, anonymous unless the user explicitly chooses to request more privileges. As for the "how many", I'm not 100% certain on this, but if Google doesn't provide a clearly-obvious way to check how many checkout/clone/whatever ...


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Since you are using an iPad, there should be an app for that. I found iVersion: With iVersion you can vie and edit your source code even when your away from your desktop. I haven't tried it my self but it looks promising.


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Fog Creek Software offers a FogBugz and Kiln bundle package. This includes bug tracking/project management, a Wiki, and source control, all tightly integrated. Kiln runs on top of Mercurial and provides a great web interface for browsing code, managing repos, and doing code reviews. Unlike Google code, however, Kiln is currently private. That is, you ...


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It is not the primary goal of open source code hosting to track who or how many have checked out your code. You can offer your support and they will ask you. You can open an irc room e.g. on freenode and idle there and spread the word and they will come to talk with you. You will hear from the people who fork and improve your code. If you fel the need to ...


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As ssokolow mentions, Google doesn't currently provide any direct stats for SVN: http://code.google.com/p/support/issues/detail?id=231. However, comments for Google pages do suggest that you can use Google Analytics within projects to track views and downloads: zexspectrum, you can sign up for Google Analytics and then enter your Analytics account ...


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Bintray.com is a social platform for community-based software distribution. It is also the only platform that integrates developer tools (Build tools, etc.) and APIs, allowing full process automation, including auto-generating of indexes for multiple repository formats and also, the platform is highly available and optimized to deliver high-performance ...


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In the case of a download from Google Code - none, actually. Starring a download really is just a way to indicate your interest in a particular download, compared to the others within a project. For projects with a single release this isn't the most usable feature; for example, just because 500 users starred the last release while only 5 have done so on ...


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I just created a small script to count the downloads: https://github.com/nicolas-raoul/google-code-cumulative-downloads Just replace "cmissync" with the name of your project in the script. The output looks like this: Cumulative number of downloads: 3604


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Sourceforge is doing its best to use this opportunity to rise from its ashes: SourceForge welcomes Google Code open source developers, to distribute downloads from our open source platform. By distributing your releases at SourceForge you’ll get a complete download analytics, and the opportunity to tap into a large open source community. We already ...


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There's a "Star" feature. It says people have starred it, but doesn't give any insight into who those people are. For a Google code project, this can be very useful. For example, if j...@ibm.com starred it, then it would shed some light on the audience, which is hardly an invasion of privacy, since they clicked the "Like" button. Google Analytics are ...


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In my company we use Trac http://trac.edgewall.org/ Trac is an enhanced wiki and issue tracking system for software development projects. It provides an interface to Subversion (or other version control systems), an integrated Wiki and convenient reporting facilities. Trac allows wiki markup in issue descriptions and commit messages, ...



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