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Subject svn commit: r159892 - perl/modperl/docs/trunk/README
Date Sun, 03 Apr 2005 05:46:09 GMT
Author: randyk
Date: Sat Apr  2 21:46:08 2005
New Revision: 159892

Update readme with information on svn access.


Modified: perl/modperl/docs/trunk/README
--- perl/modperl/docs/trunk/README (original)
+++ perl/modperl/docs/trunk/README Sat Apr  2 21:46:08 2005
@@ -1,25 +1,35 @@
 This is mod_perl 2.0 docs documentation+site project repository
-The repository is called modperl-docs. The src/docs/2.0 is also checked
-out into modperl-2.0 tree.
+the mod_perl project at the Apache Software Foundation lives here
-You can get the repository in one of these ways:
- % cvs -d login
+and uses the following structure
-password: anoncvs
+  modperl/trunk           # equivalent to cvs HEAD - currently
+                          # the mod_perl 2.0 development branch
- % cvs -d co modperl-docs
+  modperl/tags            # every official mod_perl release
-The documentation CVS snapshots (rolled every 6 hours) can be
-downloaded from
+  modperl/docs/trunk      # the mod_perl documentation project
+Developers with commit access should use https:// to access
+these repositories. See
+for svn information in general, and 
+for a discussion of svn for cvs users (including migration tools):
 You probably want to subscribe to these two mailing lists:
-The first one is for cvs commits and the second is for discussions.
+The first one is for commits and the second is for discussions.
 Then you can post to the modperl-docs discussion list. To post take
 the address and remove the
@@ -28,30 +38,13 @@
 You can generate diffs with:
-% cvs diff -u filename(s)
-Or you create: ~/.cvsrc with:
-cvs -z9
-update -dP
-diff -u
-(which includes other useful opts) and then you just need
-% cvs diff filename(s)
+% svn diff filename(s)
 Send the commits aligned in the body of the message so we can comment on
-them. Unless your browser mangles formatted text.
+them. Unless your browser mangles formatted text. Thanks!
 Docs Dev mainling list's archive:
-There is also rsync interface for those who want to keep local mirrors
-and hopefull offload the main servers:
-  rsync://     modperl-docs CVS tree, exported  (updated 4x/day)
-  rsync:// modperl-docs CVS Repository.
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