I'll upload the whole activismo2 cvs system at somepoint (Ian, mind if I
keep it there for sync? Im personally no fan of sourceforge). Its a bit
messy, but its got lots of nice bits to play with , rip out and redeploy.
jit cacheing , epoz integration, reaaal damn simpleminded templates etc
At the moment, I'm just trying to make it sane. But maybe folks might be
interested in turning it into a more useful (outside of the project I'm
working on atm).
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----George W. Bush
On Tue, 6 Apr 2004, Ian Bicking wrote:
> OK, the repository is more-or-less set up, now waiting for someone to
> use it. You can check it out in all its empty glory:
> svn co svn://w4py.org
> I don't know what we'll put in there. Thoughts? The only contents are
> a document which outlines how the repository can be used (still open
> for discussion, of course). I don't think you need a user account
> until you try to check something in. Feel free to ask for one -- I
> think we can treat this somewhat like the sandbox. (Should we move the
> sandbox into this?) The user account process is entirely manual,
> including setting passwords and the sort, but is separate from Unix
> user accounts.
> Subversion is very easy to pick up if you have CVS experience. In my
> own experience, it is comfortable but feels quite slick and polished in
> comparison to CVS (despite Subversion's young age). And who needs arch
> if we give out promiscuous user accounts? (Well, that might cause
> problems, but I think we should deal with any problems when they come
> up and not worry about them now)
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