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META TOPICPARENT name="CompilerGroup"

Compiler Repository

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  See the Gcc resource page.
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Instructions for Using the Repository

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 -- KirkKelsey - 14 Jan 2008

If you are not familiar with subversion, take a look at the VersionStuff page. If you need to start a new repository from existing code:

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  If you are not familiar with subversion, take a look at the VersionStuff page. If you need to start a new repository from existing code:
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  • svnadmin create --fs-type fsfs /p/compiler/repos/<project-name>
  • svn import <path to current code>  file:///p/compiler/repos/<project-name>/trunk -m "initial check-in of <project-name>"
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  • svnadmin create --fs-type fsfs /p/compiler/repos/
  • svn import <path to current code> file:///p/compiler/repos//trunk -m "initial check-in of "
  The code can then be checked out with
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  • svn co file:///p/compiler/repos/<project-name>/trunk <project-name>
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  • svn co file:///p/compiler/repos//trunk
 
  • or, if you have to use ssh,
    svn co svn+ssh://login@<cs-machine-name>/p/compiler/repos/<project-name>/trunk <project-name> 

this will retrieve the mainline (and only) branch of the project into a directory named . The trunk directory is useful later because we may want to create branch or tag directories in parallel to it.

 
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