Using Fedora CVS

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= Anonymous CVS usage =
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= Fedora now uses GIT =
* Checkout via command line:
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{{admon/important | Fedora now uses [[Using Fedora GIT|git]] instead of CVS for package version control.}}
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export CVSROOT=:pserver:anonymous@cvs.fedoraproject.org:/cvs/pkgs
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cvs co <module>
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* Web interface for the CVS: [http://cvs.fedoraproject.org/viewvc/ ViewVC]
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= Using Your Fedora CVS Access =
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* [[PackageMaintainers/UsingCvsFaq| Using Fedora CVS (/cvs/pkgs)]]
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* [[DocsProject/CvsUsage|  Using Fedora Documentation CVS (/cvs/docs)]]
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* [[Infrastructure/CVS| Using Fedora Infrastructure CVS (/cvs/fedora)]]  
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=== Daily checkout seeds ===
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Are available [http://cvs.fedoraproject.org/webfiles/ here] . If you are only interested in the devel branch (also known as the HEAD or trunk) you can download a daily checkout of the devel trees from the daily checkout seeds. Once you downloaded the appropriate file, you can unpack it and issue a 'cvs update', thus saving time on the initial project checkout.
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If any questions are not answered on these pages, you can email:
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[[MailTo(admin AT fedoraproject DOT org)]
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== Further reading ==
 
== Further reading ==
  
* [[CVSAdminProcedure| CVS administration procedures]] includes information on requesting new CVS modules and making change requests for existing packages.
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* [[Package_SCM_admin_requests|SCM admin procedures]] includes information on requesting new git modules and making change requests for existing packages.

Latest revision as of 19:02, 12 August 2010

[edit] Fedora now uses GIT

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Fedora now uses git instead of CVS for package version control.

[edit] Further reading

  • SCM admin procedures includes information on requesting new git modules and making change requests for existing packages.