QuestionsRequests for Mr Steven Seagal
You remember I told you I had problem accessing the repository using svn+ssh:// prefix ?
Actually using ssh login is a pain in the ... You have to generate SSH keys and installed them on sourceforge etc...
Took me sometimes but I can now login with an ssh shell (using putty) on sourceforge, but I still cannot use it to access subversion.
If you look in the https://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/sourc ... %20service
documentation you will see that:
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Project members must be granted shell access by a project administrator. Project administrators can grant Shell Access to project members on the project membership page (select Membership in the Project Admin menu).
to get ssh access. So my question is can you please give me this access. I do not really need it as I can commit with https but I would like to experiment with svn+ssh that is supposed to be more efficient than https and document "how to" (you may as well be interested.EDIT Sept 24
Forget the above question I have found a way to access svn repository with ssh protocol (read/write). So you do not need you to do anything
FYI it is relatively difficult to setup ssh transfer in tortoisesvn for sourceforge
I am currently writing a small note ...
Two more questions. Any chance that you move the project from svn to git? GIT is much much better and provides very nice merge capabilities
FYI I already have fully imported the steem SVN tree in a GIT repository on my machine. I can access this GIT repository in Windows system with GIT expansion and directly in Visual Studio with the plugin provided by Microsoft.
The last question is why do you stick on very old compilers! I think I already asked you the question but for windows you apparently maintain BCC & VC6 (as well as cygwin & mingw ?).
Why not use the latest free VC11??? It has lots and lots of nice features and is supposed to produced code optimized for recent processors
Also why do you release BCC and VC6 executables?? is one supposed to be less buggy?
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