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Xith3D CommunityGeneral CategoryNews (Moderators: Marvin Fröhlich, 'n ddrylliog)dev.java.net (CVS) -> sourceforge.net (SVN)
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« : 30. November 2006, 07:16:31 PM »

This is a repost of the original one from JGO

The migration from dev.java.net (CVS) to sourceforge.net (SVN) is now complete. Please don't commit anything to the dev.java.net (CVS) projects anymore.

You can checkout the new repositories from sourceforge by using any Subversion client.

Here is a short tutorial about how to do it with Eclipse+Subclipse:

  • Install Subclipse (if not already done). Choose Help->Software->find and install->search for new features to install. Then add a new remote site. Type "Subclipse" as the name and "http://subclipse.tigris.org/update_1.2.x" as the URL. Click OK. Check the checkbox left to the new entry named "Subclipse", click "Mext" and follow the instructions. Restart your Eclipse.
  • Create a new Project: File->New->Project..., SVN->Checkout Projects from SVN->Create A new Repository Location.
    Type "https://xith3d.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/xith3d" resp. "https://xith-tk.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/xith-tk".
    Click "Next".
    Choose "trunk", click "Next".
    Be sure to avoid name conflicts with the existing projects. It's best to delete them beforehand. Or you choose a different project name and refactor them afterwards.
  • click finish
  • wait
  • done.

Enjoy SVN,

Marvin


Rafa_es has created a tutorial for TortoiseSVN:

« : 09. February 2007, 08:28:02 PM Marvin Fröhlich »
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« #1 : 09. February 2007, 12:04:54 AM »

TortoiseSVN is great for Windows.  For those Mac OS X users out there, I would like to direct everyone to http://scplugin.tigris.org to allow you to use SVN from Finder to do the same thing.

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« #2 : 09. February 2007, 12:07:22 AM »

TortoiseSVN is great for Windows.  For those Mac OS X users out there, I would like to direct everyone to http://scplugin.tigris.org to allow you to use SVN from Finder to do the same thing.

Thanks :).
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« #3 : 09. February 2007, 08:31:12 PM »

I updated the URL to the Subclipse download page. It was pointing to the older release.

And I have replaced the URLs of the xith3d and xith-tk repositories. Sourceforge changed the paths. The old ones will work, but they will produce strange error messages. If you're only checking them out as readonly it makes not difference.

the difference in the URL is

https://xith3d.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/xith3d" (the bold part is new).
The same for xith-tk.

This finally get me out of a nightmare of strange "forbidden" messages from sourceforge.

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« #4 : 10. February 2007, 04:00:50 PM »

Ah, so that's why it always worked for me and not for you.
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« #5 : 10. February 2007, 04:12:06 PM »

Ah, so that's why it always worked for me and not for you.

Exactly.
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