[Python-Dev] Conversion to Subversion is complete
bcannon at gmail.com
Fri Oct 28 02:42:42 CEST 2005
I have started a svn section in the dev FAQ
(http://www.python.org/dev/devfaq.html) pertaining to checking out a
project from the repository and other stuff discussed so far. If
something is not clear or people feel a step is missing, let me know.
I will remove the CVS section once Martin has tossed the CVS repository on SF.
On 10/27/05, martin at v.loewis.de <martin at v.loewis.de> wrote:
> The Python source code repository is now converted to subversion;
> please feel free to start checking out new sandboxes. For a few
> days, this installation probably still needs to be considered in
> testing. If there are no serious problems found by next Monday,
> I would consider conversion of the data complete. The CVS repository
> will be kept available read-only for a while longer, so you can
> easily forward any patches you may have.
> Most of you are probably interested in checking out one of these
> The anonymous read-only equivalents of these are
> As mentioned before, in addition to "plain" http/WebDAV,
> viewcvs is available at
> There are some more things left to be done, such as updating
> the developer documentation. I'll start working on that soon,
> but contributions are welcome.
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