Project.net Source Tree
If you want to deploy a Project.net server in your business or organization and do not plan to do development, just get the latest Project.net installation package from the Downloads page.
For those who want to develop Project.net code or just see what's under the hood, there are several branches of the Project.net source tree available to the Project.net Open Source Community for development:
- trunk - the tip of the tree, this is where current development is happening and is the least stable. It includes the most current defect fixes.
- sprint-mmm-dd-yyyy - every 4-5 weeks the trunk is stabilized and made available as a tagged sprint. A sprint release will have the current defect fixes as of its release date.
- 9.2 - the latest stable release. May have defects that have been fixed in the trunk or sprint tag. Patches for this release will be available for customers with support contracts.
- 9.1, 9.0, 8.4, 8.3 - previous stable releases; no further development
Browse the Project.net source code tree
You can use the Browse Source feature of the Project.net Open Source Wiki to peruse the branches at:
Checkout the Project.net Source Code from the Subversion Repository
The Subversion URLs for these branches are:
svn co http://community.project.net/svn/pnet-root/trunk/
NOTE: Make sure you add "trunk" or the branch name to the end of the URL or you will checkout *all* branches and tags and be waiting for a very long time for several GB to download.
You cannot commit changes directly to this svn repostitory.