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Browsing the Arch Repository

You can Browse the Arch repository of this project with your web browser. This gives you a good picture of the current status of the source files. You may also view the complete histories of any file in the repository as well as differences among two versions.


Getting a Copy of the Arch Repository

Unfamiliar with Arch?

Arch is a revision control system, similar in purpose to tools such as CVS, SCCS, and Subversion. It is used to keep track of the changes made to a source tree and to help programmers combine and otherwise manipulate changes made by multiple people or at different times.

If you've never used Arch, you should read some documentation about it. A good starting point is the Arch Wiki or our User Documentation (FAQ), but it covers only Arch usage at Gna!, not general issues.

There're few implementation of Arch. Most popular are tla and bazaar (baz). This documentation covers the common options of this two implementations.

Note that there are many graphical clients to access a Arch repository out there. This page will give instructions on accessing your project on the Gna! servers with the official command line client. Your mileage may vary.

Anonymous Arch Access

This project's Arch repository can be checked out through anonymous access with the following instruction set. The module you wish to check out must be specified as the modulename. When prompted for a password for anonymous, simply press the Enter key.

Sourcecode repository :

First you need to register (declare) the archive location :

tla register-archive

This command output the name given to this archive, say

Now you can download a particular branch of the project. In the following example, the branch is named mainline. If you don't know the naming scheme of the project you can have a look to others pages of the projects.

tla get -A haplo--mainline

When you update from within the module's directory (with tla update) you do not need the -A option anymore.

Project Member Arch Access via SSH

Not written yet, take a look at the cookbook. (Post a support resquest if you are willing to write this documentation)
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