[Python-Dev] alternate pserver access for python CVS?

M.-A. Lemburg mal@lemburg.com
Mon, 07 Jul 2003 10:58:53 +0200

Anthony Baxter wrote:
>>>>"M.-A. Lemburg" wrote
>>But you're right: if someone wants a special branch of the
>>CVS tree then setting up a CVS mirror makes more sense.
> It's also just easier for doing things like "is this fixed in 
> the trunk, or a branch?" or for generating patches against the
> current-CVS. But hey, it's work to set it up on, say, creosote
> (we'd want to make sure pserver is chrooted, for one). I've got
> a Z3 sprint Wed-Sun this week, but assuming I can fit in the 
> time, I'm willing to do the work on creosote to make this 
> happen (assuming it's a useful thing to be doing).
> It might be appropriate to redirect this to the pydotorg list.

Here's a howto that might help in installing a secure CVS server
on python.org:


Marc-Andre Lemburg

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