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The development tree is held in SVN on Sourceforge. There are directories called "vips7" and "nip2".
You can browse the SVN repository. This will let you look at individual files and see who is changing what.
You need an svn client to get a local copy of the source. Sourceforge have a page about getting one.
nip2 both have a trunk where current hacking is going on and stable branches which have the code for released, stable versions. Choose what you want and enter something like:
to get the latest hacking on
vips7, or perhaps
To get the source for the 7.12 stable version for
See sourceforge's page about svn, but try things like:
svn add myfile svn delete old_stuff svn copy thing copy_of_thing svn move old_name new_name svn update
When you're done, commit your changes back again:
svn commit --message "Fixed a bug" --username=MYUSERNAME
where MYUSERNAME is your Sourceforge ID. You'll be prompted for a password the first time you do this. You don't need to supply the
username for subsequent commits.