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From:Boyd Lynn Gerber Date:August 19 2004 9:42pm
Subject:Re: mysql++ on sourceforge
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On Thu, 19 Aug 2004, Warren Young wrote:
> > What about using a collaborative tool like sourceforge
> > (http://www.sourceforge.net) or other open source sites to boost the
> > development of mysql++?
> 
> It might look like I'm trying to take this project away from MySQL, 
> Inc., but to the extent possible, I'd like to keep working within the 
> development framework they provide.  I would be happier putting MySQL++ 
> into MySQL, Inc.'s CVS server, for instance, than setting up CVS through 
> some other entity.  I want MySQL++ to appear on their web pages.  I want 
> to keep using this mailing list.

MySQL AB/MySQL Inc use bitkeeper rather than CVS  See

http://www.bitkeeper.com/

and the bitkeeper hosted mysql projects are on

http://mysql.bkbits.net

Here is the instructions on adding a project.

Creating a project To create a project account you will:

    * Log into the bkbits server via ssh
    * Choose a project name
    * Supply your ssh public key (cut and paste from ~/.ssh/identity.pub) 

Log in to the bkbits server:

	ssh hostme@stripped
password: hostme

Supply a project name and your ssh public key[1] at the prompts:

	Project name: project
ssh key: public_ssh_key

After supplying the project name and ssh public key, your account will be 
initialized.

To view your project page, visit
http://project.bkbits.net

To populate and manage your project you must log in as the admin user. For 
more information see the "Logging In" and "Managing your project" 
sections.

[1] At this time, support is for SSH protocol version 1. See man 
ssh-keygen for more information about creating keys for use with SSH 
protocol version 1. 
 

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Mysql++ on sourceforgePaolo Brandoli19 Aug
Re: mysql++ on sourceforgeWarren Young19 Aug
  • Re: mysql++ on sourceforgeBoyd Lynn Gerber19 Aug
    • Re: mysql++ on sourceforgeWarren Young20 Aug