Note that you should at least have some basic knowledge for SVN and know how to check-out and get updated files from SVN. If you don't know how, please ignore below content. We have no intension to guide anyone who is not familiar with SVN. So please learn SVN by yourself.
Our SVN repository is: http://atlas-addon.googlecode.com/svn/
Anyone can have a guest access (read-only) to it.
If you would like to setup your WoW Addon folder to be linked with Atlas' SVN working copy, here is the steps for your reference.
Let's assuming your WoW client is installed in "C:\WoW", then your addon folder should be in "C:\WoW\Interface\Addons"
Below is a list and mapping showing that what you should check-out and what target folder you should point it to:
- Atlas: http://atlas-addon.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/
- Atlas_Battlegrounds: http://atlas-addon.googlecode.com/svn/t ... legrounds/
- Atlas_DungeonLocs: http://atlas-addon.googlecode.com/svn/t ... ngeonLocs/
- Atlas_OutdoorRaids: http://atlas-addon.googlecode.com/svn/t ... doorRaids/
- Atlas_Transportation: http://atlas-addon.googlecode.com/svn/t ... portation/
- Atlas_ClassicWoW: http://atlas-addon.googlecode.com/svn/t ... lassicWoW/
- Atlas_BurningCrusade: http://atlas-addon.googlecode.com/svn/t ... ngCrusade/
- Atlas_WrathoftheLichKing: http://atlas-addon.googlecode.com/svn/t ... eLichKing/
You should be aware that by using the latest Atlas codes in your WoW client means that the addon's may not be stable and may pop up errors which may impact to your game playing. If you are expecting that all addons should be stable, then you should not use our latest codes in your WoW client. Instead, you should download our most recent official release and follow the standard addon installation process to install our addons.
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