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    Reckase, Erik Nathan
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    RE: Port number for cvs?

    ....but that provides read-only access, correct? How would I check the files
    back in? Perhaps I am misreading the cvsgrab home page, but it appears that
    I wouldn't be able to make changes.

    Regards,
    Erik

    -> -----Original Message-----
    -> From: Will McDonald [mailto:will (AT) upl (DOT) cs.wisc.edu]
    -> Sent: Tuesday, December 02, 2003 12:15 PM
    -> To: 'SlimDevices Developers'
    -> Subject: Re: [Developers] Port number for cvs?
    ->
    ->
    -> On Tue, Dec 02, 2003 at 11:59:18AM -0700, Reckase, Erik Nathan wrote:
    -> > Not really sure. Ports 21 (FTP) and 80 (HTTP) are
    -> definitely open, but the
    -> > rest are hard to determine. I have no problem with most
    -> IM clients, either
    -> > (IRC doesn't work, but AIM, Y!, ICQ and MSN all seem to
    -> have no problems.)
    -> > I've used the ftp port for a lot of things, perhaps we can
    -> try that one? If
    -> > necessary, I can have a particular user/pass to protect that port.
    ->
    -> Solution: http://cvsgrab.sourceforge.net, designed for exactly your
    -> problem. It parses the HTML from ViewCVS and gets the files
    -> over HTTP.
    ->
    -> --
    -> ---------Will McDonald-----------------will (AT) u...T) cs.wisc.edu----------
    -> GPG encrypted mail preferred. Join the web-o-trust! Key ID: F4332B28
    ->
    ->

  2. #2
    Jack Coates
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    RE: Port number for cvs?

    On Tue, 2003-12-02 at 11:28, Reckase, Erik Nathan wrote:
    > ...but that provides read-only access, correct? How would I check the files
    > back in? Perhaps I am misreading the cvsgrab home page, but it appears that
    > I wouldn't be able to make changes.
    >
    > Regards,
    > Erik


    Presumably you own a machine and Internet connection which are not
    behind a firewall at a national laboratory... maybe you should just ssh
    or rdesktop to it and use it to do this task.
    --
    Jack at Monkeynoodle Dot Org: It's A Scientific Venture...

    "start stop and start, stupid acting smart, flirting with the flicks,
    say it's just for kicks, you'll be the victim of your own dirty tricks
    you've got yourself to tease and displease."
    -- pictures of me from either/or by Elliott Smith

  3. #3
    Gadfly, Former Founder Slim Devices dean's Avatar
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    Re: Port number for cvs?

    Right now, we're not really opening up CVS for write access. Post
    patches or just send them to me for review.

    -dean

    On Dec 2, 2003, at 11:28 AM, Reckase, Erik Nathan wrote:

    > ...but that provides read-only access, correct? How would I check the
    > files
    > back in? Perhaps I am misreading the cvsgrab home page, but it
    > appears that
    > I wouldn't be able to make changes.
    >
    > Regards,
    > Erik
    >
    > -> -----Original Message-----
    > -> From: Will McDonald [mailto:will (AT) upl (DOT) cs.wisc.edu]
    > -> Sent: Tuesday, December 02, 2003 12:15 PM
    > -> To: 'SlimDevices Developers'
    > -> Subject: Re: [Developers] Port number for cvs?
    > ->
    > ->
    > -> On Tue, Dec 02, 2003 at 11:59:18AM -0700, Reckase, Erik Nathan
    > wrote:
    > -> > Not really sure. Ports 21 (FTP) and 80 (HTTP) are
    > -> definitely open, but the
    > -> > rest are hard to determine. I have no problem with most
    > -> IM clients, either
    > -> > (IRC doesn't work, but AIM, Y!, ICQ and MSN all seem to
    > -> have no problems.)
    > -> > I've used the ftp port for a lot of things, perhaps we can
    > -> try that one? If
    > -> > necessary, I can have a particular user/pass to protect that port.
    > ->
    > -> Solution: http://cvsgrab.sourceforge.net, designed for exactly your
    > -> problem. It parses the HTML from ViewCVS and gets the files
    > -> over HTTP.
    > ->
    > -> --
    > -> ---------Will
    > McDonald-----------------will (AT) u...T) cs.wisc.edu----------
    > -> GPG encrypted mail preferred. Join the web-o-trust! Key ID:
    > F4332B28
    > ->
    > ->

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