For SVN access, I'm trying to use TortoiseSVN right now. (I can log
into svn.apache.org using Putty without problem.) Also, I can easily
check out FOP -- but it seems to be checking out the files as
"anonymous" because I can't make any commits using Tortoise (I get 403
forbidden errors). Does anyone know how I can check out with my
username/password with TortoiseSVN so it will let me do commits? The
manual is not giving me any indication of how to do this.
Jeremias Maerki wrote:
The migration of the xml-fop CVS module to Subversion is completed. The
CVS module is now read-only. All commits need to happen on SVN from now
Base SVN URL for FOP:
FOP's trunk is at:
Fop's maintenance branch is at:
More information on [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
A must-read, the Subversion 1.1 book:
Subversion for CVS users:
- Identify old branches and tags that we don't need and can remove.
- Update our website that we're using Subversion now.
If anyone has any problems, just shout! Have fun and hack away!