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How can I retrieve Spring sample codes from their SVN repository

 
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Spring 3.0 samples codes are available at an SVN repository in SpringSource. It says to be buildable with Maven, and is importable into Eclipse.

How can I retrieve whole source trees from this repository with the trunk directory structure??? Here's the link to it: https://src.springframework.org/svn/spring-samples/.

After I imported the project into Eclipse, can I simply run with the auto-build without Maven. I am not familiar with Maven at this time and not sure if non-Maven projects can be imported into Eclipse and build and run just like a regular project without changes?

Looking forward to getting some quick info on this. Can anyone help me?

Many Thanks.

 
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