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SpringFrame3.0 does not include examples like "petclinic"

Mimi Tam
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I downloaded SpringFramework3.0.0 and wanted to try the example projects that was said to be included in the Distribution.

I did an extensive search and I could not find any example code on the Distribution load that I downloaded and unzipped anywhere on my machine.

Can someone provide me a specific link to within the SpringSource.com to download the SpringFramework 3.0.0 (i.e. not the latest release)?

Please help!

Many Thanks
Mimi Tam
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I re-download the 3.0 and now I saw the examples.

But, I still don't know how to download directoery structure of files (i.e. the whole project tree) all at once from this web site:

https://src.springframework.org/svn/spring-samples/mvc-basic/trunk/

Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Lorand Komaromi
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Mimi Tam wrote:But, I still don't know how to download directoery structure of files (i.e. the whole project tree) all at once from this web site


This is trivial, all you need is an svn client. See this blog entry for details, you're interested in Step 1!


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Raju Penumatsa
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Lorand Komaromi wrote:
Mimi Tam wrote:But, I still don't know how to download directoery structure of files (i.e. the whole project tree) all at once from this web site


This is trivial, all you need is an svn client. See this blog entry for details, you're interested in Step 1!


Thanks Lorand ..This is what i am also looking for .
Lorand Komaromi
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You're welcome!
Mimi Tam
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Thank you very much for the quick and helpful info, Lorand. Much Obliged.

 
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