I finally got anonymous CVS access running on SourceForge.
You can have access to the *development* version of swish-e. DO NOT use
this version on a production server (but if you are crazy enough to do so,
please report back your findings... ;)
Here's how it works:
1) first log in:
> cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.SWISHE.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/swishe login
This will ask for a password. The password is "guest". You should receive
your system prompt back without it saying anything. This will create a
.cvspass in your home directory so you don't have to login again.
2) checkout swish-e (all one line, of course)
> cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.SWISHE.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/swishe
That will create a directory called "swish-e".
Now you have a current copy of the development version of swish-e to play
You just type:
make install (if you are root and want to install to /usr/local/bin)
A week later when you want the most current version again simply type
If you want the HTML documentation (and you have the needed files on your
system) you type:
If you want a swish searchable version of the docs type
And for pdf and postscript
Received on Thu Feb 8 00:03:36 2001