PowerChain Subversion Repository

The PowerChain repository is available through Subversion source code control.


February 2, 2010: The Subversion server's certificate has been renewed using a different private key & a new CA (GoDaddy). Your browser will automatically trust this certificate; however, some Subversion clients will still explicitly ask whether you want to trust it or not. You can choose the "permanently accept" option, or, to bypass this warning for all standard CAs, you can add this to your ~/.subversion/servers file:

[global]
ssl-trust-default-ca = true

Subversion Usage: Complete subversion documentation can be found at http://svnbook.red-bean.com/. The official subversion client is available at http://subversion.tigris.org/ for Linux systems, and a Win32 client that uses the Windows shell is available at http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/. The repository may also be browsed on Win32 using "web folders" or "network places". Basic (latest-version-only) access is also directly available through a standard web browser. The link below is used for access with all of these methods.

Use of Subversion 1.4 or above is recommended (more info)


Repository location: https://svn.eaton.com/svn/

High-Level Toolkit Documentation: https://svn.eaton.com/toolkit-docs/


SSL: Note that you must have an SSL-enabled client to access the repository, even for read-only access. Don't forget to use "https" rather than "http" in your URL - you'll get an "access denied" error.

Configuration: If you're using one of the standard subversion clients to add new files, this config file provides good default settings for keywords, EOL types, MIME types, etc. Please use this file when checking in any changes to the PCM-tk or PCM-hwref projects.

Passwords: You may also change your password over the web with this form once you have authenticated.


Eaton employees can request access by searching for "SVN" in the IT Service Catalog. If you're not an Eaton employee, please ask your Eaton contact to submit a request on your behalf.