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Re: How to install packages...

--- Soren A <> wrote:
> Robert Collins <> wrote in 
> 1032604599.10933.113.camel@lifelesswks:">news:1032604599.10933.113.camel@lifelesswks:
> > Secondly, if at all possible, submit a change against the website
> CVS.
> A second follow-up.
> Robert (and anyone), the "if at all possible" definitely looks
> not-good. I 
> cannot figure out where in the redhat cvs repos is the Cygwin
> website.
> I see a module Listing with modules like "naked-gas" (<lol>) or
> "winsup" 
> but nothing that looks like it would be htdocs. Also, even if I
> *find* it, 
> does the way cvs works mean I'd have to checkout the entire cygwin
> site 
> module to my hd? I have very limited disk space available at the
> present 
> time. Any cvs co much over 50MB would overflow my available space
> or render 
> my system unusable. There's no such thing in cvs as getting only
> "part of" 
> a module, is there? And also is there any cvs command for simply
> listing 
> which modules are available on a server (I am using the Web
> interface to 
> browse the modules right now) or what files are in a certain
> specific 
> module? I tried a few days ago to figure this (these two questions)
> out for 
> another project (accessing the cvs sources for Allegro) and could
> not.

Yeah, it isn't in the most obvious place, here's how to get it:

cvs -z9 login
cvs -z9 co htdocs


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