Overview to KDE / KDevelop commits (Was: build fails on parts/appwizard/Makefile.am)

Steven T. Hatton hattons at globalsymmetry.com
Tue Jun 1 04:10:20 UTC 2004

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On Friday 28 May 2004 19:17, Sascha Cunz wrote:
> Hi Steven,
> > http://lists.kde.org/?l=kde-cvs&w=2&r=1&s=kdevelop&q=b
> Yeah, this is basicly the "commit list".

> "CIA": ( http://cia.navi.cx/stats/project/kde/kdevelop )
> CIA is a very nice directly connected to many open source projects. It's
> main purpose is to create those webpages. But CIA also feeds:
> "IRC KDE Commit Channel": ( irc.freenode.net - #kde-commits )
> CIA posts all cvs commits to kde repository into this irc channel.

I have _never_ communicated with anyone on IRC.  Just one of those things I 
keep putting off.  Partly because of my bad spelling and typing.  I tried to 
use KVirc to connect to the irc.kde.org, but didn't have enough time to 
figure it all out.

> "NNTP" - ( news://us.linuxtraining.com )

That doesn't resolve, but linuxtraining.com does.  It's not talking NNTP to 
me, however.

> Newsgroup: kde.kde-cvs.kdevelop

Perhaps this is it.  I'll look when time permits.

> This is one of the few sources where you get actually the commits separated
> into modules - that is, there is a news group for each module in kde
> repository.
> Another important source of information is the mirrored content of cvs to a
> web interface (for kde located at: webcvs.kde.org ) where you can browse

Speaking of mirrors, this might explain why I was getting different results 
than other people:
host cvs.kde.org
cvs.kde.org has address

host anoncvs.kde.org
anoncvs.kde.org has address

It can be difficult to determine how recent a CVS mirror was updated.  At 
least I don't know an easy way to do so.  The best I can do is pick through 
the latest changes and try to figure it out.
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