ASAM recommends to use the TortoiseSVN client application for Windows operating systems. The application directly integrates into the Windows File Explorer and provides SVN client commands via the context menu. TortoiseSVN also works well with some Explorer-replacement products such as SpeedCommander.
You can download the latest version of TortoiseSVN at http://tortoisesvn.net/downloads.html.
TortoiseSVN Version 1.8.2 has been tested with the ASAM SVN server and is guaranteed to be compatible. However, newer versions should also work as TortoiseSVN is typically backward-compatible to earlier server versions.
If you want to install an older version of TortoiseSVN, you can find earlier releases at http://sourceforge.net/projects/tortoisesvn/files/
If you are still working with Windows XP, please make sure that the Windows Installer (MSI) is installed on your work station. You can find the latest version of the Installer at
Please follow the Installation and Configuration Instructions for TortoiseSVN.
KDESVN is part of the KDE-Project and as such integrated in the K-desktop environment of Linux. It is a fully-featured, stand-alone SVN client and administration interface under Linux.
You can download the latest version of KDESVN at https://projects.kde.org/projects/playground/devtools/kdesvn.
Please follow the Installation and Configuration Instructions for KDESVN.
Subclipse is an Eclipse plug-in providing support for SVN within the Eclipse IDE. In order to work with Subclipse, the Eclipse framework must be installed on your system and must be running. Since Eclipse is OS-independent, this SVN client is available under multiple operating systems such as Windows and Linux.
You can download the latest version of Subclipse at https://github.com/subclipse/svnclientadapter.
Please follow the Installation and Configuration Instructions for Subclipse.
In case you have problems installing and configuring the SVN client, please review the SVN Client FAQ page or contact ASAM Technical Support.
If you do not have a login and password for accessing the ASAM SVN server, or you do not have the necessary access rights that you need for your work, then please contact the Project Leader of your work group. He will request access to the SVN server with corresponding access rights from ASAM for you. The SVN administrator will then send to you the login and password information.
If you have correct access rights, but you encounter technical problems while working with the ASAM SVN server, then please consult first the SVN Client FAQ page. It might already contain the answer to your problem.
If you problem cannot be solved with the above mentioned measures, then please contact ASAM Technical Support.