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7 <title>i-scream cvs repository</title>
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19 <div id="contents">
20 <h1 class="top">i-scream CVS Repository</h1>
21
22 <p>The i-scream CVS Repository contains all code,
23 documentation, and other files pertaining to all i-scream projects.</p>
24
25 <p>All code available in the CVS Repository is <a href="/license.shtml">
26 licensed</a> under the GPL.</p>
27
28 <h3>Web Access</h3>
29
30 <p>We use <a href="http://viewcvs.sourceforge.net/">viewcvs</a> to provide a
31 visual frontend to the CVS Repository. It allows you to browse around the
32 repository, viewing any version of a file, and the differences between different
33 versions. There is also a link to download the latest version of any section.</p>
34
35 <p><a href="http://cvs.i-scream.org/">http://cvs.i-scream.org/</a></p>
36
37 <p>We also have a facility to allow people to keep tabs on what's changed
38 recently. The following are available:</p>
39
40 <p>Commits today: <a href="/cgi-bin/cvslog.cgi?period=today">http://www.i-scream.org/cgi-bin/cvslog.cgi?period=today</a><br/>
41 Commits this week: <a href="/cgi-bin/cvslog.cgi?period=thisweek">http://www.i-scream.org/cgi-bin/cvslog.cgi?period=thisweek</a><br/>
42 Commits in the past 7 days: <a href="/cgi-bin/cvslog.cgi?period=days&amp;days=7">http://www.i-scream.org/cgi-bin/cvslog.cgi?period=days&amp;days=7</a><br/>
43 Commits made since 29/03/2001: <a href="/cgi-bin/cvslog.cgi?period=since&amp;date=2001/03/29">http://www.i-scream.org/cgi-bin/cvslog.cgi?period=since&amp;date=2001/03/29</a></p>
44
45 <h3>Anonymous CVS Access (read-only)</h3>
46
47 <p>Anyone can access the i-scream CVS repository in
48 anonymous mode read-only mode. The following commands will allow you to check
49 out a portion of the CVS repository. To see what is available it is recommended
50 that you first look at the web frontend.</p>
51
52 <pre>
53 cvs -d :pserver:anonymous@cvs.i-scream.org:/cvs/i-scream login
54 cvs -d :pserver:anonymous@cvs.i-scream.org:/cvs/i-scream checkout [module]
55 </pre>
56
57 <p>When asked for a password, simply press enter.
58 Replace [module] with the section you wish to checkout.</p>
59
60 <h3>Developer CVS Access (write)</h3>
61
62 <p>The i-scream development team have full write
63 access to the CVS repository. This is only available over SSH, and can be done
64 on most clients. First the following environment variables need to be set.</p>
65
66 <pre>
67 CVS_RSH = ssh
68 CVSROOT = :ext:username@cvs.i-scream.org:/cvs/i-scream
69 </pre>
70
71 <p>You should know your username and password
72 already. After setting these you will need to enter your password each time you
73 use a CVS command. Obviously this is a time wasting event, so an RSA key can be
74 generated and placed on the server for you. Please view the relevant ssh
75 manpages on how to generate an RSA key pair.</p>
76
77 <p>After this you will be able to work with CVS as
78 normal.</p>
79
80 <h3>Other means of accessing CVS</h3>
81
82 <p>We currently provide <a href="http://www.cvsup.org/">CVSup</a> access to
83 the repository, either for mirroring or for maintaining an up-to-date local
84 copy. You will probably want to create a supfile that looks something like
85 this;</p>
86
87 <pre>
88 *default host=cvsup.i-scream.org
89 *default base=/home/user/sup
90 *default prefix=/home/user/i-scream
91 *default release=cvs
92 *default delete use-rel-suffix
93 *default compress
94 i-scream.cms.source tag=.
95 </pre>
96
97 <p>The last item in that list is the collection you which to get. The collection
98 &quot;i-scream&quot; is simply the whole repository, and is best used with no
99 tag specified for mirroring. It is most likely that you will want to do that
100 given above, which gets the latest copy of the i-scream source code.</p>
101
102 <h3>CVS Statistics</h3>
103
104 <p>There are some statistics available on the cms module of the CVS
105 repository, generated by <a href="http://cvsplot.sourceforge.net/">cvsplot</a>,
106 that allow you to see the progress of development. They're not that exciting,
107 but do show when the work was done.</p>
108
109 <p>
110 <a href="/cvsplot/">http://www.i-scream.org/cvsplot/</a>
111 </p>
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