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Using SVN

Installing SVN

SVN (subversion) makes cooperative development easy.

First, you need subversion client installed in your system. In case of fedora/redhat, install it using yum:

yum install subversion

Getting latest trunk

Create directory for openrrcp source, go there, issue “svn checkout”. Something like this:

mkdir /usr/local/src/openrrcp
cd /usr/local/src/openrrcp
svn checkout
cd trunk

Submitting patches

If you have found a bug and fixed it, just issue “svn diff” and submit output to maintainer or create ticket here

svn.txt · Last modified: 2015/11/08 11:43 (external edit)