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PLD is using three publicly available code repositories.
This repository can be found at git.pld-linux.org. The git server hosts several projects, including the PLD spec file database.
Packages .spec files and sources, also mirrored also at github.com/pld-linux:
Our SVN repository can be found at svn.pld-linux.org. It serves as a development place for several projects as well as an official home for PLD documentation. To access a SVN module use
http://svn.pld-linux.org/svn/<modulename> path in your favourite SVN client.
This repository can be found at cvs.pld-linux.org.
To use it anonymously, use your cvs client to login to anoncvs.pld-linux.org server, example:
$ export CVSROOT=:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot.
CVS and svn repositories share the same user database. This means that gaining write access to the CVS repository will give you immediate write access to the subversion base as well. Documentation developers who are not directly engaged in spec file forging can get an account restricted to using SVN.
The git repositories is managed separately. However every PLD developer is eligible to obtain RW access to them.
Do not ask for an account. If other developers decide you deserve an account, you will be proposed one.
If you encounter a problem using either CVS or SVN PLD repositories, contact repository admins at email@example.com. Only maintenance emails and bug reports will be accepted. Do not contact admins asking questions about using repositories or begging for an account.
The git repositories admins can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.