[Biococoa-dev] Initial Subversion import
peter.schols at bio.kuleuven.be
Wed Mar 8 11:30:17 EST 2006
I received an email yesterday evening that they were working on the
SVN server (and the server still seems to be down). I'm pasting the
email below. Anyway, the BioCocoa SVN repos. still worked for five
We're going to set up a central place for people to create Subversion
repositories. Please stand by while Subversion may go offline.
On 08 Mar 2006, at 03:29, Koen van der Drift wrote:
> On Mar 7, 2006, at 4:06 PM, Peter Schols wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I've done the cleanup, reorganisation and initial SVN import of
>> the BioCocoa project.
>> You can view the repository using the web interface at: http://
>> This web interface is quite interesting, it can be used to
>> checkout a copy of the repository. You can even use RSS to
>> subscribe to the repository or certain folders in it.
>> What bothers me, is that all bioinformatics.org repositories seem
>> to be shared. As a result, our initial import is revision 3.
>> Fortunately, there is only one other SVN hosted project right now.
>> Nonetheless, this approach seems less than desirable and I'd
>> really like a separate repository for BioCocoa. I'll contact the
>> Bioinformatics.org sysadmin for more information on this.
>> Update: the SVN website says the following: "You may choose any
>> place on the server (to which you have access) to create a
>> Subversion repository and import your code. However, if you want
>> the public to see and download your code via the Web interface, it
>> has to be in the main repository, svnroot."
>> So it seems that we either have our own, private repository, or
>> that our repository is accesible through a web interface... I'll
>> check this.
>> In the meantime, feel free to check out the repository ;-))
> No luck so far :(
> I followed the instructions from this page:
> but keep getting the following error:
> $ svn checkout svn+ssh://bioinformatics.org/svnroot/repository/
> svn: No repository found in 'svn+ssh://bioinformatics.org/svnroot/
> Did I miss anything?
> - Koen.
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