To get this release from the nearest mirror, please visit our download page. Well, there are many third-party tools which exist as part of the greater Subversion ecosystem, but aren't part of the core project itself.
This website is the central source of information about Subversion and the community which gives it life. Perhaps you've thought of a great enhancement and you're wondering how to share the idea with the developers? Subversion clients such as Tortoise SVN, or Subversion's integrations into various IDE's such as Eclipse and Net Beans, or the pure Java implementation of Subversion called SVNKit — these are all valuable pieces of the Subversion story, but each is managed as its own project outside of the core Subversion offering.
(That's also a good place to look for instructions on checking out Subversion's source code from the repository in which it lives.) But if you'd rather not deal with building Subversion yourself, there are a number of places where you can get precompiled Binary Packages of Subversion, built for various platforms.
The other sections of the website are primarily about getting — the "Community" section is where you interact and give.
We are pleased to announce the release of Apache Subversion 1.10.0-rc2.
We are pleased to announce the release of Apache Subversion 1.10.0-rc1.The "Getting Subversion" section of the website is all about making sure Subversion finds it way into your hands.