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As of 9 February 2010 CVS was replaced with SVN. The old CVS files have been marked read only and the following information is in place while everything is updated.
Development of E107 is controlled using a system called SVN, which logs file versions and enables the changes between versions to be identified. It allows access to not only the latest version of each file, but all previous versions. There is a link to the SVN on the main E107 site.
It may be necessary to obtain files from SVN for various reasons - typically to fix a bug which is important on a particular site. However, be warned:
Don't update your live site from the SVN unless you really need to! Make sure you can roll back the changes if they don't work Test on a private site first.
Direct access of SVN requires an appropriate client like Tortoisesvn.
To simplify updates, one or two users produce 'compilations' of all the changes since the last stable release, which can be downloaded as a single zip file. On some occasions there is also a 'semi-stable' update pack available, containing all updates up to a point where the files in SVN appeared to be stable. Information on this can be found within the forums and in e107 Downloads.
Accessing SVN from a Unix Machine
(Thanks to MrNiceGuy for this information)
1. Log into your shell.
2. Type: 'export SVNROOT=:pserver:email@example.com:/svnroot/e107'.
3. Type 'cvs login'.
4. Press <enter> when prompted for a password.
5. In your home dir, type 'cvs checkout e107_0.7'
6. In ~/e107_0.7, you should have a copy of the latest SVN version of e107.
o You can 'svn logout', but you don't need to.
o You don't need to go through this whole process every time. If you want to get a SVN version of e107 at a later time, you can just 'cd ~/e107_0.7' and type 'svn update -CdAP'.
o If you experience errors when using 'export', you might be using tclsh as a shell. If so, try using the command 'setenv' instead of 'export':
setenv SVNROOT :-pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/svnroot/e107
Accessing SVN from a Windows Machine
If you are working from a Windows Machine one of the easiest ways to check out the sources is Tortoise. Download and install TortoiseSVN from TortoiseSVN. You need to restart Windows.
Go to the directory where you want to download, right click and select 'SVN Checkout...' from the context menu.
The parameters are:
protocol: pserver server: e107.cvs.sourceforge.net Repository folder: /cvsroot/e107 User name: anonymous
After that click on 'Fetch list' (right hand bottom of screen). After a while the Modules list is populated. Choose one, and click on OK to start the check out.
The modules you may want are:
Once you have set up your repository and downloaded all the files, you can update by simply right clicking on the directory and selecting 'SVN Update'. Only the files which have changed will be downloaded.
Downloading a SVN Zip File
SVN packages are also available to download from e107.org, check the dates and use at your own risk.