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How to get source code ?

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Could you give me the link of source code ? How to get source code ?

I go to java.net, and I search the JForum, I find lots of link, but each link doesn't work. I am not sure I have missed something.

Which one is latest version source code ? RC 4, RC 5 ?

thanks
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The development version is "2.1". Use the following information to get it from CVS:


Check out source code with a CVS client. For example:

cvs -d :pserver:guest@cvs.dev.java.net:/cvs login

followed by

cvs -d :pserver:guest@cvs.dev.java.net:/cvs checkout jforum



In other words, the host is "cvs.dev.java.net", username is "guest" and blank password.

Rafael
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Sound like I need to download some library, CVS ? which is better CVS third party tool you will recommend ?

Thanks
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I have downloaded the CVS 1.1.19 and unzip it.


As you said , the password is blank, So I just hit 'enter' when CVS ask for password. But I can't log in.

Thanks
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I got it. After I go to java.net to register my own account / password, then it works. I don't know why that old command doesn't work.

Thanks
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hey
i am trying to check out the jForum project from CVS and i can not log in for some reason...

i tried to follow the guide which is given on this link http://www.jforum.net/development.jsp but i get the error: Could not connect to :pserver:guest@cvs.dev.java.net:/cvs: I/O exception occurred: ProxyHTTP:



i tried to register and use the account name which i had created but no luck can some help me out here

thanks
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some more crucial information....

i am using eclipse Version: 3.4.1

thanks in advance for help
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hey
for some reason the link where i copied this from did not have the last word which is SVN and that is why i failed to download it
the correct url which i managed to get the code is http://jforum.googlecode.com/svn/

thanks for the help and guide
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Not sure what the problem is... unless it was a transient issue with the dev.java.net repository, which unfortunately happens a lot... Which is why jForum3 stuff is in Google Code's SVN (see documentation link at the left)

FWIW, I just created a duplicate project from CVS in Eclipse 3.4. Used the "Import/Project from CVS" with the following settings:

Host: cvs.dev.java.net
Path: /cvs
Server Type: pserver
Username: guest
Password: <left empty>
Module: jforum

DON'T try to browse all the modules... it will take days..

If you still have problem and they meantion a proxy server.. it may be the way your internet connection is working (e.g. via a proxy server). Can't help you there.

An alternative way is to just DL the source zip file. Since all work is happening with V3.. the 2.1.8 zip is the same as the CVS. Besides, the CVS layout is not very Eclipse friendly. Using the src file lets you re-arrange things to make it work better with Eclipse.
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hello,
thanks for the information about cvs coz i have never worked with it before..

i tried reading some sources over here and i got the following URL which i should download the svn::http://jforum.googlecode.com i got this from forum and this was instructions..

We moved some days ago to Google Code, at http://jforum.googlecode.com/. Also, there is an FishEye instance at http://fisheye2.cenqua.com/browse/jforum

when i try to download it i get the error resource has been moved, i use the new URL and i get an error bad request..

but i get the following error:

Repository has been moved
svn: Repository moved temporarily to 'http://code.google.com/p/jforum/'; please relocate

RA layer request failed
svn: Server sent unexpected return value (400 Bad Request) in response to OPTIONS request for 'http://code.google.com/p/jforum'


you had mentioned something about guide on how to get source code from google svn..but there is no guide for that one...i tried to look and no luck

please can you give me the instructions on how to achieve this

thank in advance
singlesignon
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