Getting the source code from CVS
See also the INSTALL page for info on how to compile and install the tools.
Anonymous CVSThe sources are available to the public by anonymous CVS under a BSD-like LICENSE. You can get a first copy by doing this
cvs -d :pserver:email@example.com:/cvs login
- Enter the password: cvs.
cvs -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvs checkout programatica
cd programatica/tools cvs -q update -Pd
It is also possible to browse the Programatica CVS repository.
CVS with write access for team membersHere is how you get your own copy of the files available in the tools directory.
- You need CVS and SSH (which you have if you have Linux).
- You need to set the environment variable
- You need to have an account on
- Until the
cvsprogram is installed in a standard place, you also need to include a command to add the directory
/u/programa/binto your PATH in the
.bashrcfile (depending on which shell you use) in your home directory on cs.pdx.edu:
set path = ( $path /u/programa/bin )
To get a copy of the source the first time:
This will create the directorycvs -d cs.pdx.edu:/u/programa/cvs checkout programatica/tools
To update your copy to the latest version of the source after this:
cd programatica/tools cvs update -d -P