From: Nick Lothian <nl@es...> - 2004-08-27 01:30:14
There are some sourceforge docs for how to do this:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Torsten Juergeleit [mailto:tjuergeleit@...]
> Sent: Thursday, 26 August 2004 7:45 PM
> To: springframework-developer@...
> Subject: [Springframework-developer] How to maintain source code of
> Spring IDE (need commit access for non-Spring project members)?
> Importance: Low
> we need a way to grant commit access to the Spring
> IDE's source code in CVS for developers which are not
> members of the Spring Framework project.
> E.g. someone wants to donate unit test for Spring IDE
> or another developer is dewveloping an extension to
> support refactoring support for Spring bean config
> files and had to create it's own project on SF
> How to handle those kind of write access to a
> sub-module in CVS?
> Or should I maintain the source code of Spring IDE
> within the old SpringUI project on SF to grant
> additional developers CVS commit rights?
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