Commit ea049306 authored by Derk-Jan Hartman's avatar Derk-Jan Hartman

* SVN updates

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<h1>CVS repository</h1>
<p>
<b>Important:</b> VideoLAN is switching from CVS to <a href="
http://subversion.tigris.org">Subversion</a>. Read more about it on our <a href="
svn.html">SVN page</a>.
Only the the anonymous server is still working, it is being kept in sync with SVN.
</p>
<h2>Basic information</h2>
<p> The anonymous CVS server is called
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from MPEG and DVB streams, used by VLC and VLS. </li>
</ul>
<h2>CVSWeb</h2>
<p> You can <a href="http://developers.videolan.org/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/?cvsroot=VideoLAN">browse the
CVS repository</a> using a nifty tool called ViewCVS. </p>
<h2>VLC</h2>
<p>There is only the <i>MAIN</i> branch at the moment. It is the one you
get by default with CVS.</p>
<!--<p> Quite often, VLC development is split between a stable branch and an
unstable branch. The unstable branch is the branch you get by default
with CVS, and in the CVS snapshots. The stable branch is a bug-fix-only
branch. Current stable branch is tagged v0_4_1_branch and 0.4.x versions of VLC
come from it. To access it : </p>
<pre>cvs -z 3 -d :pserver:anonymous@cvs.videolan.org:/cvs/videolan checkout -P -r v0_4_1_branch vlc</pre>
<p> The unstable branch is under active development. Patches for new
features should be sent against it. </p>
-->
<h2>VLS</h2>
<p>VLS is currently split into a stable branch and an unstable branch.
The unstable branch is the branch you get by default with CVS, and the
stable branch is a bug-fix-only branch. Current stable branch is tagged
v0_5_0 and 0.5.x versions of VLS come from it. To access it : </p>
<pre>cvs -z 3 -d :pserver:anonymous@cvs.videolan.org:/cvs/videolan checkout -P -r v0_5_0 vls</pre>
<p>The unstable branch is under active development and may sometimes be
broken. Patches for new features should be sent against it.</p>
<h2>CVS tarball snapshots</h2>
<p>If you have trouble using CVS, you can still use our <a
href="http://www.videolan.org/pub/videolan/vlc/snapshots/">daily VLC CVS
snapshots</a>. </p>
<h2>VLC nightly builds</h2>
<p>We have <a href="http://www.videolan.org/~videolan/build">nightly builds</a> of VLC for Windows and Debian Woody</p>
<h2>Write access policy</h2>
<p> As usual in opensource projects, you get write access to the CVS
repository when you have shown your skills and ability to write good
patches :) </p>
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<p>Welcome to the new VideoLAN developers web site!</p>
<p>On this web site, you will find information about the
CVS, the developers mailing-lists, the developers documentations,
CVS/Subversion sourcecode repositories, the developers mailing-lists, the developers documentations,
the Changelogs, etc...</p>
<p>This web site can be modified by any VideoLAN developer
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<h2>Get libdvdcss</h2>
<p> <code>libdvdcss</code> is available through <a href="/cvs.html">CVS</a> or
<p> <code>libdvdcss</code> is available through <a href="/svn.html">Subversion</a> or
by browsing the <a href="http://www.videolan.org/pub/libdvdcss/">releases</a>.
</p>
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<h2>Get libdvdplay</h2>
<p> <code>libdvdplay</code> is available through
<a href="/cvs.html">CVS</a> or by browsing the <a
<a href="/svn.html">Subversion</a> or by browsing the <a
href="http://www.videolan.org/pub/libdvdplay/">releases</a>. </p>
<p> You can also see the <a href="NEWS">release notes</a>.
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</p><pre>
$ svn co svn://svn.videolan.org/branches/0.2 vlc-0.2
</pre><p>
If you need to know which branches are available, use "svn ls":
If you need to know which branches are available, use <code>svn ls</code>:
</p><pre>
$ svn ls svn://svn.videolan.org/branches/
0.2
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<p><b>Moving files</b></p>
<p>
No longer create new files from scratch when moving files! Use "svn mv":
No longer create new files from scratch when moving files! Use <code>svn mv</code>:
</p><pre>
$ svn mv file1 file2
</pre><p>
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<p><b>Splitting files</b></p>
<p>
Do not create a new file from scratch! Instead, copy the old file
using "svn cp", remove the old file and modify both newly created files:
using <code>svn cp</code>, remove the old file and modify both newly created files:
</p><pre>
$ svn cp old new1
$ svn cp old new2
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<p><b>Getting information about locally modified files</b></p>
<p>
Use "svn status" to know which files were modified, deleted or
created. A network connection is not needed for that, do not use "svn
update" just to know your local modifications.
Use <code>svn status</code> to know which files were modified, deleted or
created. A network connection is not needed for that, do not use <code>svn
update</code> just to know your local modifications.
</p><p>
"svn diff" does not require a network connection either if you only
<code>svn diff</code> does not require a network connection either if you only
want to show your local modifications.
</p>
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<h2>Get VLS</h2>
<p> <code>VLS</code> is available through <a href="/cvs.html">CVS</a> or by
<p> <code>VLS</code> is available through <a href="/svn.html">Subversion</a> or by
browsing the <a href="http://www.videolan.org/pub/vls/">releases</a>. </p>
<p>For informations about the versions, see the <a
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