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Sorry for the name. Not sure how to succinctly title this one.

I have a plugin available on the WordPress.org repo. It's the Encrypt Email plugin.

The laptop I was using to develop/maintain it died. Now I want to resume development of on my work pc. But I'm not sure how.

So how can I clone/pull the repo to my machine so I can resume pushing and committing future changes from where I left off? (As if I was still on my dead Laptop's repo)

I have TortoiseSVN and can SVN from the commandline so either explanation is fine (I prefer shell to be honest).

I have a lot of Git experience so explaining with comparisons to Git commands and workflows would be really helpful for me also.

Huge thank you for any help on this one!

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Use this URL format for checkout (if using TortoiseSVN, just right click and do checkout from Explorer):

http://plugins.svn.wordpress.org/your-plugin-name

You will need to use your username/password for WordPress (the account used to publish the plugin) to do any commits.

Command line instructions are available direct from WordPress here: https://wordpress.org/plugins/about/svn/

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  • Thanks. I'd read the WordPress SVn article but I was thinking I'd have to do something like Git where you need to create an SSH key and all that again. Overthinking it. – Luke Watts Jul 29 '15 at 14:54

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