if you are paying close attention to the commit emails sent to this list
you will already have noticed that something is different.
Since sourceforge's CVS repository has been very unreliable in recent
months and the guest accessible server lagged several days behind the
developers' repos, we decided to move away from SF. First it's just
the source repository but other services may follow.
For now the source repos is hosted on a host of mine, but we will move
to a box generously provided by anonymizer.com once it's up and running.
While we were doing the change we also decided to replace CVS with
Subversion. You can check out the working copy from
source.mixmaster.anonymizer.com using the following command line:
svn checkout https://source.mixmaster.anonymizer.com/svn/mixmaster/trun=
The certificate that the server presents should have the sha1 hash of
2e:9c:f3:f1:1e:bb:7c:e5:eb:c7:9e:30:11:4d:b6:3f:e9:a8:c5:99 (svn will
notify when you connect to the host for the first time).
A viewcvs is available at https://source.mixmaster.anonymizer.com/
If you don't have a subversion client installed and only want the latest
snapshot you can get that easy too. Since web_dav uses the standard
http protocol just use wget or a similar tool to fetch the source:
wget -nv -np -r -l inf 'https://source.mixmaster.anonymizer.com/svn/mix=
( Make sure not to forget -np (no-parent) and use a trailing
slash after Mix. )
You will of course lack all of the interesting features of version
controling, like diffs, updates, and so on, but it's a good tool if you
just want the source once and quickly.
More information on subversion can be found at
http://subversion.tigris.org/, packages for Debian/unstable are in the
archive, packages for Debian/stable can be installed using this source
| deb http://people.debian.org/~cjwatson/subversion-woody/ ./
Other packages and binaries for windows are listed at
Should you encounter problems with svn please let me know.
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