To work with the source from SVN, you will need a SVN client. These are available for all platforms. For Windows, try TortoiseSVN.
To check out a read-only copy of the repository:
$ svn co http://svn.cs.brynmawr.edu/Myro/trunk/myro myro $ cd myro
To submit changes, please make a patch file:
$ svn diff file > name-of-fix.patch
And post the fix on the issue: http://myro2.codeplex.com/WorkItem/List.aspx
To be able to commit changes back to the repository, you need to check out the read/write version:
$ svn co https://svn.cs.brynmawr.edu/Myro-dev myro $ cd myro
$ svn stat
See differences between your version and version in repository:
$ svn diff
To commit changes:
$ svn commit -m "This is a check-in message detailing what has changed"
You can add files to any of these commands as well, such as:
$ svn stat file1.txt src/program.cs $ svn diff file1.txt src/program.cs
To browse through revisions and a history of all changes, see