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I recently installed a tortoise svn subversion. Now, using tortoise svn, how can I check out the "Repository" folder from Disk D:/Repository to Disk E:/ ?

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Are you asking to move your repo from D: to E: ? I think you can just move the folder the way you normally would. – Drew Khoury Apr 3 '13 at 12:24
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re-tagged to remove PHP, MySQL and Zend Framework. – GarethL Apr 3 '13 at 12:26

The procedure for checking out a working copy from a local repository is described in detail here. If this specific section does not make sense, then you may want to read the entire containing chapter.

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