From: Dave Cross <davorg@us...> - 2009-05-17 20:05:10
Things have been pretty quiet round here for some time. The last
check-in to the nms code repository was in 2006 or something like that.
I'm not sure why that is. Perhaps the nms programs are all finished and
there's nothing more to do. Or perhaps it's all a bit too much of a
hassle to be involved.
I'll admit that we all got a bit stuck in the past and we were still
using Sourceforge's CVS repositories. And who remembers how to still use
CVS? I know it has me scratching my head every time I consider doing
anything with nms.
So this afternoon, I've been looking around and I discovered that
Sourceforge offer Git support for all of their projects. And I've moved
nms to Git (via Subversion - as that seemed the easiest route to take).
You can find all the details you'll need to access the Git repository at:
And there's a Gitweb installation at:
In order to have write access to the repository, you'll need to be a
member of the project and I'll need to give you access. But I'm happy to
be pretty liberal with those permissions.
Let me know if you need any more information. Or if you have any plans
to work on anything for the project.