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Re: Self-introduction

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2001-02-26 21:22:44 CET

"Eric S. Raymond" <esr@thyrsus.com> writes:

> > Wow, that would be great. Any time you could spare for the docs would
> > be most welcome. Of course, the more familiar you are with the state
> > of the code the better, but whatever you can spare would help. It's
> > not that we don't think the docs are important, it's just a matter of
> > where it's most useful for people to allocate their time right now.
> How do I get access? Are you CVSes, or should I just download a tarball
> and ship back patches?

The texinfo "design" doc lives right in our CVS tree. Just go ahead
and do an anonymous checkout of the project:


If you want to contribute, post patches to this list. (Read the file
HACKING at the top of the source tree before anything else.)

Other important design docs in our tree:

       * subversion/libsvn_fs/structure <-- filesystem design
       * subversion/tests/TEST-FRAMEWORK <-- automated tests
       * STACK, TASKS, IDEAS <-- notes from discussions
       * tools/cvs2svn <-- start of a repository converter
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