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From: William Shotts <bshotts@tw...> - 2001-02-03 23:32:37
sf-tools version 0.3.0 has been released.
sf-tools - Tools for SourceForge users
The sf-tools package contains several scripts designed to assist
SourceForge users perform routine project maintenance tasks. The package
contains the following tools:
* sft_run_webalizer - This program is intended for installation on the
SourceForge shell server and can be used to automatically perform web
server log analysis using webalizer.
* sft_upload_website - This program uploads the contents of your web site
to your project directory. By default, it only uploads files more recent
than the previous upload.
* sft_new_cvs_module - This program imports a new software product into
your CVS repository.
* sft_release_module - This program releases a software module. It
updates your CVS, tags the CVS tree with the release version number,
prompts you to update your CHANGELOG file, constructs and mails a release
announcement to your project's announcement mailing list (if any), and
uploads the module tarball to SourceForge.
CHANGELOG for sf-tools
Version 0.3.0 -- Sat, Feb 03, 2001 06:26:55 PM
Added sft_release_module script. Other scripts have minor (mostly
01/28/01 12:39:57 ver. 0.2.2
Changed sft_upload_website to support automatic installation of web site
tarball on shell server.
01/27/01 21:04:06 ver. 0.2.1
Fixed a bug in sft_upload_website with the directory layout in the
01/27/01 20:21:03 ver. 0.2.0
Added sft_upload_website, a script to upload your SourceForge web site.
01/22/01 19:58:13 ver. 0.1.0
Initial release. Contains the sft_run_webalizer script. More scripts to
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