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Eclipse, CVS & SourceForge

 
Nathan Pruett
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I've recently tried opening up a CVS project from SourceForge through Eclipse. It's been a loooong time since I used CVS last, but I think that I set up all the parameters correctly in Eclipse using the documentation that SourceForge provides. I haven't been able to get it to work, but I have a sneaking suspicion that it's due to proxies and firewalls in place where I work more than a problem with the setup. Has anyone sucessfully set up Eclipse to use the CVS from SourceForge? Any pointers/tutorials/links would be appreciated!
 
David Weitzman
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Were you trying to connect anonymously? Sourceforge's pserver access has been painfully unreliable recently.
 
Matthew Phillips
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The connection type should be extssh. The host is cvs.sourceforge.net and the repository path should be /cvsroot/"project_name". Let me know if that helps.
 
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