cvsup for sourceforge & other similar sites.
dinom at balstonresearch.com
Fri Aug 26 04:39:21 GMT 2005
> I am wanting to cvs automatically - but I seem to fail to get into
> sourceforge (either command line or using cron) -- by using cvsup on the
> ports tree I have become lazy and confused by the cvs manual!! (I do wish
> freebsd manuals had more detailed examples!!). I used to do this stuff
> regularly (longer ago than I care to admit) - but it takes time to get back
> into it!
> Here are a few of of my tries (as root):
> dns1# cvs -f -d :pserver:anonymous at cvs.sf.net:/cvsroot/eclipsexul login
Using command-line cvs is sooooo 1990's LOL. The funny thing is, you're trying to checkout/update a project designed for Eclipse, but you haven't considered using Eclipse itself?!??! The cvs integration that the Eclipse IDE provides is pretty darn good (IMHO).
I admin a project on sourceforge (shameless plug---> http://www.sf.net/projects/plexbench ) and I usually just use the CVS repository browsing perpective provided within the Eclipse ide to connect directly to sourceforge. Try it out... http://www.eclipse.org/ or /usr/ports/java/eclipse.
BTW, I've been having problems running Eclipse 3.1 from ports so I haven't bothered upgrading (still using Eclipse 3.0). If anyone can shed some light on this or is having the same problem I'd love to hear from ya.
"The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very act of existence becomes an act of rebellion." -Albert Camus
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