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Re: [H5part] Repo reorganization

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  • From: Achim Gsell <Achim.Gsell AT>
  • To: h5part AT
  • Subject: Re: [H5part] Repo reorganization
  • Date: Fri, 1 Dec 2006 11:22:50 +0100
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  • List-id: H5Part development and discussion <>
  • Organization: Paul Scherrer Institut

Oops! Pressed the send button accidentally ....

On Friday 01 December 2006 01:02, Wes Bethel wrote:

> With a couple of hints from Cristina, I was able to do an svn co from

The URL should alway work, don't know why
you got on 404-error at your first try. The URL

has been obsoleted due to PSI conventions for Subversion repositories.
Repositories for applications are at the same level as the H5Part repository.
For now we have the following repositories:

> I was not prompted for a username -- is that the expected behavior?

The Subversion client keeps your user name/password. I guess, that you
checked out the repository once and the client already knows your password.
You can remove the cached information be deleting everything in

> - I see there's no "configure" file in the 1.2 directory.

Yes, there is no "configure". A repository should only contain files which
*not* be re-created - this is common and best practice. You have to
call "".

> - I strongly suggest that svn checkin generate email that goes to interested
> parties. That way, we'll know there is activity. That email need not go to
> the h5part list. I would certainly like to receive such email. This kind of
> email is normal and customary in my experience in collaborative development
> projects.

There will be a mailing-list "h5part-commits AT" soon. This list
will be open to everone for subscription, but only our Subversion server will
be allowed to post mails.



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