(hm, well, other than to say that im installing 9.1 on my uni-CPU laptop, this is =really= OT.)
okay, here's what I need help with and some of the whys and wherefors, etc: much to my surprise, my little speech application for the impaired is gaining recognition rapidly. ive heard from people from oz, from somewshere in the philippines, from england-- or maybe I should say "u.k.", as well as from a few locales here in the states. mostly, tho, my focus remains on writing or finishing this program fro the one computer per child project that is/was from MIT. I'm not sure I believe this, but according to some source, there are some unholy number of children with some disability. of the 7 billion there are 100 million children with some disability. not all speech, of course, but still--- a gtk+ wizard took my posted VBC code and make mods to it. he suggested that I set up an account on sourceforge.net so he and others could contribute. I have an acct there but couldn't figure anything out. a fellow on fbook suggested google. I spent most of saturday setting up a forum and a place for my code on google.code. if it sounds like I'm making progress, well, that's debatable. nothing to do with hacking. just the peripheral stuff. the part I need help with is Subversion. I used CVS about 15 years ago, and svn looks slightly familiar. the project on google.code are looking for me to use svn to install my base files. I think; not sure. on my desktop here I have one development directory for all my source files. I have subversion installed here. briefly: what now? do I create a svn directory here? or do I ftp/scp/<<??>> things to the voice-by-computer account to the google.code project? thanks for any help. gary ps: from the ``ya don' hafta be a hacker to help Dept:'' a speech therapist wrote with some thoughts on what I should =avoid= as well as things to include. things I had never thought of!! -- Gary Kline kl...@thought.org http://www.thought.org Public Service Unix Twenty-six years of service to the Unix community. _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"