[isf-wifidog] Repository move complete

François Proulx fproulx at edito.qc.ca
Lun 16 Jan 23:20:09 EST 2006

Goooood job Benoit . Thank you so much

Now, I ask you guys. How do we deal we the sf.net CVS. Should we  
clean it up, and put it in read only with a file noticing people we  
have moved ? Also, we'll need to tell people on sf.net that we have  
moved for developper access (though we will still use sf.net for  
stable releases).

any thoughts ?

On 16-Jan-2006, at 22:52 , Benoit Grégoire wrote:

> After a uselessly long and difficult process (mostly caused by my  
> poor system
> administration skills, especially with Debian), the CVS->SVN  
> repository move
> is finally complete.
> Annonymous access:
> Auth server:  svn checkout https://dev.wifidog.org/svn/trunk/ 
> wifidog-auth
> Gateway:  svn checkout https://dev.wifidog.org/svn/trunk/wifidog
> Write access:
> For those who need write access, please send me, Philippe or  
> François your
> login username and "htpasswd" encrypted password.  Feel free to use  
> MD5
> instead of standard crypt if you prefer.
> Note that you don't have to wait for your account to be created to  
> start work,
> as there is no difference between an annonymous and a developper  
> commit.
> Uncommited changes:
> If you had local, uncommited changes in your CVS checkout that you  
> would like
> to move to your new SVN working copy, the following command in your  
> checkout should generate a patch that you can then apply to your SVN
> checkout:
> cvs -q diff -uN
> For those who have never used SVN before, here is a tutorial for  
> CVS users:
> http://svnbook.red-bean.com/nightly/en/svn-book.html#svn.forcvs
> A few Trac notes:
> Note that you can link directly to a revision, a changeset, a  
> ticked, etc.
> anywhere in the wiki, and even in the SVN commit message.
> http://dev.wifidog.org/wiki/TracLinks
> Enjoy!
> -- 
> Benoit Grégoire, http://benoitg.coeus.ca/
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