Martin Buchholz <martin(a)xemacs.org> writes:
>>>>> "LZ" == Lloyd Zusman
LZ> I have just recently subscribed to this mailing list after having
LZ> tried to download the current CVS tree for XEmacs. After a proper
LZ> CVS login, I issued the following command:
LZ> cvs -z3 -d :pserver:xemacs＠cvs.xemacs.org:/usr/CVSroot checkout
There is no CVS module named 'XEmacs'. All the XEmacs-related modules
happen to be in a directory named 'XEmacs', so your command worked
To get the latest xemacs-21.2 from CVS, do:
cvs -z3 -d :pserver:xemacs＠cvs.xemacs.org:/usr/CVSroot checkout -d
xemacs-21.2 -r release-21-2 xemacs
Aha! Yes, that's working. Thanks.
And now, it would probably be good if someone updated the instructions
to reflect this info.
[ ... ]
LZ> protocol error: directory
LZ> not within root '/usr/CVSroot'
LZ> It appears as if someone typed a "y" instead of "t" in
LZ> somewhere within the CVS tree.
I can't find a `CVSrooy' anywhere in the master repository. A random
bit got flipped somewhere?
Could be ... ??? But I think it's somewhere in the CVS tree because
I ran the command several times with the "t" and not the "y", but I
kept getting this result.
Oh well ... no big deal. All's well that ends well.