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[Savannah-hackers] classpath integrated to http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/classpath/
Sat, 24 Feb 2001 16:31:14 +0100 (CET)
classpath was integrated in the SourceForge.net clone dedicated to GNU
projects that can be found at http://savannah.gnu.org/. The URL of
the classpath project on Savannah is http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/classpath/
It provides you with the following facilities:
. Web interface to handle contributors CVS write access. You don't
need to ask someone, it is automated. Only the classpath project
administrators on Savannah can give CVS write access to new
contributor or deny access to an existing one. This is basically a
one click operation. If you want to become a project
administrator ask an existing administrator to grant you the right
or, if there are no project administrator, ask address@hidden
to become one.
. Editing http://www.gnu.org/software/classpath/ pages using CVS
instead of login onto gnudist.gnu.org. As soon as you commit
information in this CVS tree, it will show on
. The classpath CVS tree now has a separate CVS history instead of an
history merged with all other projects hosted on
For more information on how to access the CVS trees, click on the
CVS menu at http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/classpath/.
No action is required from you, the Savannah setup does not require
that you change your habbits. However, it would be nice of you to do
- login at least once on https://savannah.gnu.org/account/login.php
- read the CVS instructions for the classpath project
- checkout the classpath CVS tree according to these instructions
When all contributors will be using the new CVS tree, we will be
able to remove the backward compatibility installation for classpath.
When you login Savannah, the transaction is secure (SSL). In case
you wonder what all this is about you can check the cvs-hackers and
webmasters mailing lists archive, they contain a lot of discussions
regarding this planned integration.
If you have a Kerberos account on gnu.org, use the same login and
password on Savannah and change the password immediately afterwards:
it will not change your Kerberos password, just the Savannah
If you only have a pserver account, use the same login and
password on Savannah.
If you have both (Kerberos and pserver), use the Kerberos account
login and password. Note that after login for the first time your
pserver password will be set to the same password you use to login on
Savannah. Please change the Savannah password immediately after your
first login: it will not change your Kerberos password, just the
If you have none and access CVS using SSH public keys, ask to
address@hidden to give you a password. This last case requires
human interaction to prevent someone from stealing your account name.
Please report problems or questions to
https://savannah.gnu.org/support/?func=addsupport&group_id=11 or by
email to address@hidden if you don't have (or don't want to
use) a web browser.
Loic Dachary http://www.dachary.org/ address@hidden
24 av Secretan http://www.senga.org/ address@hidden
75019 Paris Tel: 33 1 42 45 09 16 address@hidden
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