Re: Debian policy manual CVS address?
* Wed 2007-11-28 Felipe Augusto van de Wiel (faw) <email@example.com>
>>> The policy manual's address is:
>>> cvs -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvs/debian-policy co debian-policy
>>> However this gives error:
>>> /cvs/debian-policy: no such repository
>>> Pelase point me to correct location (page may need fix too).
>> I noticed that some weeks ago and tried to find out. I think
>> debian-policy is now in a Arch repository on arch.debian.org.
>> But all of them seemed pretty stale (no activity since last upload),
>> so I wasn't sure.
>> Never investigated this further, though. I would also be interested in
>> the answer.
>> CCing debian-policy list.
> Since I'm not an experient bazaar/arch/tla/bzr user
> I can't give precise information, sorry, but I hope this
> helps. Arch repositories have something similar to SVN:
> Two of them catch attention:
> dbnpolicy email@example.com baz http://arch.debian.org/arch/dbnpolicy/etch/
> dbnpolicy firstname.lastname@example.org baz http://arch.debian.org/arch/dbnpolicy/lenny/
Could you confirm that the Arch repository is the correct location?
The last chnagelog is from:
2006-10-02 Manoj Srivastava <email@example.com>
According to checkout:
baz register-archive http://arch.debian.org/arch/dbnpolicy/lenny/
baz get firstname.lastname@example.org/debian-policy--devel--3.7
Is this correct?
A wishlist: Could git be considered instead of baz, because git's
development seems to advance fast and it would be more easy to use (just
one "clone" command to get archive).