The EU Network CVS Repository
Anonymous/Public and Individual Logins
A username and password is required to access the CVS repository. There is an anonymous user which anyone can use to access publically available modules:
An individual or private username and password is required to access restricted modules, or to commit new material or changes to the repository. If you need your own username, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, and explain who you are and why you need a password.
Using the Repository
Here is a summary of the basics you need for using the CVS repository, if this isn't enough, there is a more extensive page.
Using CVS is really easy, there are four basic commands: 1. login to the repository (just once on each machine), 2. checkout the modules or sub-modules (that is directories) you want, 3. update your existing checked out modules to get recent changes, 4. commit any changes you have made.
cvs -d :pserver:<login>@cvs.eu-network.org:/EUNetwork login
cvs -d :pserver:<login>@cvs.eu-network.org:/EUNetwork checkout <module>
Updating works recursively downwards from the directory in which you are:
Commiting works recursively downwards from the directory in which you are:
When you commit remember to give a helpful message when you're prompted ... this goes into a log of all changes and is also emailed to interested people!
Publically Available Modules