[Bioperl-l] bio-perl cvs freeze
jason at bioperl.org
Tue Dec 18 14:20:11 EST 2007
On Dec 18, 2007, at 11:04 AM, Scott Cain wrote:
> Hi Jason and all,
> Does the fact that cvs is sticking around (read only) mean that
> (the web interface) will stick around too? I was thinking about
> modifying the GBrowse net installer to use the 'automatic' tarball of
> bioperl-live to download and install via nmake on Windows since it
> doesn't have cvs support built in. Also, with cvs sticking around, I
> don't need to rewrite the installer to use svn (yeah!).
Hey Scott -
Perhaps, there may be better tools with SVN anyways, we could also
just instantiate a script that tarballed the already auto-updated
code here (i think it syncs every hour):
We'll still playing around with this and I can't guarantee that we'll
get the SVN commits back to CVS to work.
> On Tue, 2007-12-18 at 10:22 -0800, Jason Stajich wrote:
>> Margot -
>> The code freeze won't affect the the anonymous cvs, and we'll likely
>> keep anonymous CVS as is (and maybe even figure out how to keep it
>> updated with the SVN) since external tools depend on it and have
>> published CVS instructions.
>> I was able to do an anonymous checkout fine on my machine just now --
>> if the problem persists please send a message to support at open-bio.org
>> and the support volunteers will track it from there.
>> On Dec 18, 2007, at 7:00 AM, Margot Sunshine wrote:
>>> I have been trying to checkout bio-perl from cvs since yesterday
>>> (Dec 17). My request just hangs. I can login but I cannot checkout
>>> My reading of your posting of the planned switch from CVS to SVN
>>> seemed to
>>> indicate that this was not to take place until tomorrow. Help!
>>> Margot Sunshine
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