Accessing PRADO SVN
From PRADO Wiki
In order for you to access Prado SVN use some svn client you like. If your are running in Windows use SVNTortoise which is easy to use and well documented. For Linux, install the svn tool that suits your distribution (in Debian: #apt-get install svn; in Ubuntu: $sudo apt-get install svn).
Once you got the software just follow the commands stated. This is quoted from the downloads page:
'We have three top-level folders in our repository. The trunk folder is our main development line of PRADO; the branches folder contains release branches (e.g. 3.0 branch) and feature branches; and the tags folder stores all released code.
The following *nix commands can all be used to fetch PRADO code from the repository:
1.) Check out a snapshot from trunk
svn checkout http://prado3.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/
2.) Download from trunk without revision information
svn export http://prado3.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/
3.) Check out a snapshot of revision 913 from the 3.0 branch
svn checkout -r913 http://prado3.googlecode.com/svn/branches/3.0