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Re: how to get the source of jldap

Please stay on the mailing list (Cc:-ed again).

owen nirvana wrote:
> cvs -d :pserver@cvs.openldap.org:/repo/JLDAP login
> or cvs -d :pserver@cvs.openldap.org:/repo/OpenLDAP-JLDAP login
> password: OpenLDAP
> error : No Such Repository
> gtalk:freeespeech@gmail.com

What's the reason you don't do *exactly* what I've posted?
Please have a closer look at the commands I sent since before answering
your question I've spend my spare time to test it.

Basically you're using the wrong CVSROOT.

Ciao, Michael.

>> 2009/7/3 Michael Ströder <michael@stroeder.com>:
>>> owen nirvana wrote:
>>>> I can't login cvs of openldap-jdap by anonymous in cvsnt, and I have
>>>> not account of openldap
>>>> how to get the  source of jldap
>>> The description on this web page works for me at least on Linux:
>>> http://www.openldap.org/software/repo.html#AnonCVS
>>> $ export CVSROOT=":pserver:anonymous@cvs.OpenLDAP.org:/repo/OpenLDAP"
>>> $ cvs login
>>> Password: (enter OpenLDAP)
>>> $ cvs co openldap-jldap
>>> I don't have cvsnt though. Can you please elaborate on the specific
>>> problem you see? Probably it's just a cvsnt usage issue.
>>> Ciao, Michael.