To find out what is happening with the project and when you can expect the next major release, take a look at our project status page.
Stable Branch Builds
We maintain ongoing Release Candidates as well. These contain the latest official release plus latest bugfixes and will eventually become the next official release. They are not built nightly, but on demand from the current release branch, typically once a week if there has been any significant bugfix activity. If you find that a certain bug has been fixed and you do not want to wait until the next release, install one of these. Because they are built from the stable branch they should be completely compatible with the current official release and with other compatible Subversion clients. You would also help us tremendously by installing and testing release candidates. Note that the stable branch accepts bugfixes only, not new features.
Trunk Nightly Builds
Nightly Builds are available too. They are built from the current development head and are for testing only. This represents the bleeding edge and may be linked against a newer version of the subversion libraries than is used for the current release. Working copies may be upgraded automatically and become incompatible with the official release and with other subversion clients. We would love you to test these builds, but you should be aware of the potential problems and install only on a machine where your working copies are not critical. Note: This requires Windows Vista SP2 or above. Windows 7 must have SP1 installed. Please read Readme.txt first.
Older releases are available from the SourceForge files section.
TortoiseSVN is under the GPL license. That means you can get the whole source code and build the program yourself.
The source code is hosted on Google Code in our own Subversion repository. You can browse the source code with your favorite web browser directly on the repository.
If you have TortoiseSVN installed, you can check out the whole source code by clicking on the tortoise icon below: