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Re: Subverting Sourceforge...

From: David Bovill <david.bovill_at_opn-technologies.com>
Date: 2002-02-14 17:29:50 CET

> From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman@collab.net>
> Subject: Re: Subverting Sourceforge...
> I don't understand: why do you think you need a module? Is there
> something insufficient about the solution I described above?
> * make a sourceforge project.
> * check out a CVS working copy of your project.
> * do all your work in a Subversion repository.
> * whenever you commit to Subversion, a post-commit hook script
> patches your CVS working copy and commits the changes to the
> Sourceforge repo.

It's fine - but I don't have CVS on the server, just at home, so I can't
automate this. I'd like commits to Subversion to show up in the CVS within
the hour at least, at the moment the best I could do is set up a server at
home with an ASDL connection and use a dynamic DNS...

That's unless someone knows an ISP with CVS installed that I can use at a
reasonable rate?

Anyway first off I've got to see what the response to installing the webDAV
and subversion modules with my ISP... if that's a no, then I'm looking for
an ISP that will do both, if not I guess my only option is to set up
something at home?


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