The following SVN directories contain the DictionaryForMIDs tools and applications:
The DictionaryForMIDs Android application.
|Build||Contains the build.xml file. This build.xml file is used to build (i.e. compile and create jar files) each of the applications/tools. See also below.|
|DictionaryForMIDs||Common parts of DictionaryForMIDs (platform independent).|
|DictionaryForMIDs-Creator||Covers the following tools:
|JavaME||The DictionaryForMIDs Java ME (cell phone / PDA) application.|
|JavaSE||The DictionaryForMIDs Java SE (PC) application.|
|LanguageUIGeneration||The LanguageUIGeneration tool.|
|WebApp||The DictionaryForMIDs browser application.|
Accessing the SVN repository
General information on SVN see the SourceForge documentation on Subversion.
Everyone can access the SVN repository via the anonymous SVN service:
There is no username/password for the anonymous SVN service
Access for developers is granted by the DictionaryForMIDs
project Admin, see contact.
Note for developers: please take care to preserve the formatting of the files !
There are plenty of tools and development environments that support SVN. Here is a description for Eclipse:
SVN access with Eclipse
Accessing SVN with Eclipse is very simple. Just create a new project as "Project from SVN":
On the next page of the wizard select "Create a new repository location", then after a "Next" enter the URL:
Press "Browse" and select the tool or application that you want to use. Normally, you will choose the 'trunk':
You then can proceed to set up your project with your preferred settings
(e.g. use default location in workspace, etc.).
Browsing the SVN repository with a Web Frontend
You can browse the SVN repository with the sourceforge web frontend: https://sourceforge.net/p/dictionarymid/code/HEAD/tree/trunk/